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  • #33961

    I’m trying to use onfocus/onblur to show/hide content, but I haven’t been able to get it woking…

    I have and example here using :hover, but I would like to use onfocus and onblur instead of just :hover.

    I wanted to use only css at first, but that didn’t work…

    Could someone point me to an example script that I can work from?

    Thank you,
    Charlie

    #85189
    jamygolden
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    What exactly would you like to do? And what exactly is it that you think focus and blur does?

    #85211

    In the example I’m using hover with css. But, I would like to us onfocus and onblur to have more control over how long the content stays visible. I don’t want it to disappear as soon as you roll cursor off. Content should stay visible until user clicks away.

    Thank you,
    CM

    #85212

    I’ve got a new example working…

    I still need to figure out a few details…
    Like do I have to use an input button as trigger or can I use an image or another html element?

    #85218
    jamygolden
    Moderator

    http://jsfiddle.net/jamygolden/r5LxR/2/
    Focus and blur have to do with forms.

    #85284

    Wow! That’s much better. Gotta love jQuery.

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