Originally posted by Eric Pascarello: You just need to have to find the location of the element of the page and move a layer over to that location. It is basic DHTML.
Maybe for you.... I never done anything like that before I don't know you just really said and I have not really used DHTML. So i don't know what you mean of stuff like make a layer over a location. I am guessing the finding part would be with Jquery?
So if you can show me how to do this that would great.
In the chapter 8 code for jQuery in Action, I created a 'popup' to define terms. You can take a look at that code -- same idea.
I will check it out.
Ok I checked it out but its kind hard to know whats going on since I can't really used the examples since they require php what I don't have setup up and really don't want to see up right now(if not done properly it most likely will conflict with iis).
I see this is your css that makes the callout
So I am not sure how you can move it so its not ontop of the control through.
This looks like this moves it but I can't get it to work
[ June 18, 2008: Message edited by: Michael Hubele ]