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    onmouseout question

    I have no access to <head> area, FYI.

    Trying to have a small window with a description appear when someone scrolls over some text. Figured that out! Can I make it go away using the onmouseout=.......

    So far all attempts yield closing the main page not the popup. Also, can it be done so that it bypass asking wether or not to close?

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    Code:
    <a href="#" onmouseover="javascript:window.open('http://personal.atl.bellsouth.net/mco/b/o/bonetn/vfwring.htm','pop1','status=no,resizable=no ,width=200,height=140')"
    onmouseout="javascript:window.close('pop1');">Velium Fire Wedding Ring</a>

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    Closing itself, unfortunately, your code asks it to do so. Try this -

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    <a href="#" onmouseover="javascript:newwindow=window.open('http://personal.atl.bellsouth.net/mco/b/o/bonetn/vfwring.htm','pop1','status=no,resizable=no ,width=200,height=140')"
    onmouseout="javascript:newwindow.close();">Velium Fire Wedding Ring</a>
    However, if this still doesn't cut the mustard, try searching for 'tooltips' at www.dynamicdrive.com
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    Thanks, works great. I looked thru ahfb2000, dynamicdrive and javascriptkit's website. They all involved adding scripts to the <head> section of the document, which I had no acces to. Thanks again for looking into it.



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