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how to write onMouseOver event

gates pakds
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hai
how to write onMouseOver event for <option> tag of listbox(selectbox)
Help me,
Thanks in advance
Eric Pascarello
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You can't....

Eric
Tim McGuire
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Firefox supports onMouseOver events for select options. But since IE does not, it probably makes no sense to try and use it.

This example works in Firefox:


maybe you should describe what you are trying to do and someone might have a work-around?
Eric Pascarello
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But since IE does not, it probably makes no sense to try and use it.
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Hence why I said you can't! I was too lazy to say that...lol

Eric
Bear Bibeault
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In other words, you can only do it in specification-complian browsers; s concept seemingly foreign in the Pacific northwest.

Does IE7 fare any better than IE6 at adhereing to the HTML 4 Specification?


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