Hey guys, I wanna ask you how to make some div with hover with one will change sizes and after that some text will show up becouse
text is too big for div in basic size.
Thanks for some help.
I'm new here and new to CSS and HTML.
I am putting together a Wordpress website and I have a Recent Works element that I've put on to a page that pulls in recent projects. When you hover your mouse over the images they display the Title and Label.
I really need to know how to keep the Title and Label active straight from page load.
Any ideas would be hugely appreciated!
I searched for 2 weeks for a solution to my problem which is when i zoom in a image , i want to hover on certain area or circle then it pops me a div and when i zoom into another pops another div and so on ...
Here's my HTML Code
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" /> <title>Smart jQuery Zoom Example</title> <link href="http://www.jqueryscript.net/css/jquerysctipttop.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css" type="text/css" />
Oh Boy! css .hover over sprite buttons which are positioned non-linearly AND which have a background image.
The icons in the picture below are found here. The Game Plan
I have a two-state sprite for that image. I would like do a state-change-on-hover for those icons. The problem is the icons are not positioned in a single neat row AND, there are big static parts one would not like to download twice.
I'm using wordpress and I've set it so whenever the user creates a new post with a featured image, that image displays on the front page. What I am trying to accomplish is that when the user hovers over that image , it will overlay a black bg. I thought my HTML was written in a way I could easily accomplish this, but I am having trouble figuring it out, and don't know how to proceed. Thoughts? (CSS is bare since nothing I've done has yielded any results)
<div class="main top top-fix over" role="main"> <div class="over"> <!-- Display featured images --> <?php