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Language: Web
Expertise: Intermediate
Sep 11, 1998



Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

Navigator Does Not Support the onMouseOver Event for Images

If you are trying to make an alert box that displays a message when the user passes the mouse over an image, keep in mind that unlike Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator doesn't support the onMouseOver event for images. However, Navigator does support the event for anchor (<A>) tags. The trick is to wrap your image in a set of <A> tags that include your onMouseOver handler, causing your alert box to come up in both browsers. This code shows what I mean:
<a href="" onMouseOver="alert('Test');"><img
Boris Feldman
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