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Mouse-over mouse-out delay settings

Thread began 11/22/2009 2:21 am by neilo | Last modified 11/23/2009 1:49 pm by neilo | 1157 views | 2 replies |

neilo

Mouse-over mouse-out delay settings

Hi, help needed,

Can someone point me in the direction of where I can set the delay/response time for mouse-out when using the menu?

Need to increase the delay time that it takes the menu to close when mouse goes off the link, i.e. is moved from parent to child, level a to level b, etc.

Have checked the javascript, but can't seem to find it. This could be an accessibility issue for some of the clients (of clients) I currently develop for.

Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

CSS menu writer uses the a:hover CSS Property to create the mouse over effect. it does not use javasccript. the a:hover css property does not support a delay. This is not a supported feature or CSS menu writer.


For the most part, the javascript file in CSS Menu writer is used for cross browser compatibility, mostly for IE positioning. the exception is the Currant state.

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neilo

Ok, ta Jason.

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