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How to display data in JSP on mouse over on a link

 
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Hi, In my application I need to display data using JSTL on the user's mousehover on a link. Without any javascript is it possible ? Please help me out on this.
 
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Use the "title" attribute of the link tag? How it works is user agent-dependent.
 
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Soumya Rout wrote:Without any javascript is it possible ?


Of course not. The JSTL executes on the server to send HTML to the browser.

Please read this article to understand how JSP works.
 
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