A Tale of Backgrounds, Absolutes, mouseleave, and mouseenter

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 18 Aug 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

mouseleave is simple to understand: Bind an event handler to be fired when the mouse leaves an element, or trigger that handler on an element. How hard could it be? http://jsfiddle.net/JP6aV/ $(function () { var output = $("#output"); $("#content") .mouseenter(function (e) { output.text("I'm in!"); }).mouseout(function (e) { output.text("I'm out!"); }); }); Like many simple things there are some traps under different circumstances. For example, when...

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