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    Hovering image change

    What I'm trying to achieve is when I hover over a smaller thumb nail image it changes the larger viewing image. Im new to this css and HTML but I'm learning fast i would really appreciate it. Here is an example of what I'm looking for.

    http://www.amazon.com/Kindle-Fire-HD...Kindle+Fire+HD



    please don't explain with a mile long code i wont be able to figure it out.
    a working example would be best so i can change and edit to see how it works.


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    Hello BloodyRain,
    I think you're looking for a Disjointed Rollover. Knowing what it's called will help you find more examples.

    I have an example here.
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    Yes it does help knowing what its called now comes the long dull part where i search Google trying to find a tutorial on it xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyRain View Post
    Yes it does help knowing what its called now comes the long dull part where i search Google trying to find a tutorial on it xD
    That example is a very simple one. The text that is hovered could easily be changed to an image. Click on the Markup/CSS links in the upper right corner to see how it's done.
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    still not understanding how it works i copied the code and tried to do same thing with the planes but it errors out idk what is happening same code same pics should work right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyRain View Post
    still not understanding how it works i copied the code and tried to do same thing with the planes but it errors out idk what is happening same code same pics should work right?
    Yes it should, there is no js or anything else needed. Hard to say why it's not working for you, would need to see your code. It would be easiest to check yours if you link us to the test site.
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    I figured it out lol im an idiot i forgot to link the css

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    I think this is what you're looking for.

    http://jmar.github.com/jquery-hoverZoom/


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