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Hello

I want that the user should specify the full url to 2 images in 2 text boxes, and these images should be set as the hover image and background image respectively, for a div.

How will this be coded

Regards
Arvind

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<html>
	<head>
		<title>test</title>
		<script type="text/javascript">
			
			function applyStyle() {
				var bgText = document.getElementById('bg').value;
				var hoverText = document.getElementById('hover').value;
				var myDiv = document.getElementById('mydiv');
				
				myDiv.style.backgroungImage = "url(" + bgText + ")";
				myDiv.onmouseover = function() {
					alert(hoverText);
					myDiv.style.backgroungImage = "url(" + hoverText + ")";
				}
				
				myDiv.onmouseout = function() {
					alert(bgText);
					myDiv.style.backgroungImage = "url(" + bgText + ")";
				}
			}
		</script>
		
		<style>
			#mydiv {
				border: 1px solid black;
				width: 100px;
				height: 100px;
			}
		</style>		
	</head>
	
	<body >
		<label>BG:</label><input id="bg" type="text"/> 
		<label>Hover:</label><input id="hover" type="text"/>
		<input type="button" onClick="applyStyle()" value="apply">
		<div id="mydiv"/>
	</body>
</html>
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Hello

I created a page with the above code in it, but nothing happens, only alert messages are shown with the url value.

Regards
Arvind

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Hello,

I have a div with the following code:

<div class="dr">
																<div class="dc m_r m_pad" >
																	<div class="m3_dr m3_pad"><span class="m3_h_text">featured products</span></div>
																</div>
															</div>

I want to change the bg image for the div ' m3_dr', the css for which is given below:

.m3_dr { background:url(images/m3-dr.gif) repeat-x top #FFBF00;}

But the above code is not working, do I have to assign an ID to the div, how should this be coded to make it work

Thanks and Regards
Arvind

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Hello

I added ID to the div, but nothing happens,the code is as below:

function applystyle_mandiv() {

var bgText = document.getElementById('s_bkbgiu').value;



var myDiv = document.getElementById('mandiv');



myDiv.style.backgroundImage = "url(" + bgText + ")";


 var manName = document.getElementById("in_manImage");
      manName.value = "url(" + bgText + ")";



}

The HTML code is as below:

<div id="mandiv" class="dc m1_t" >
														<div class="dt m1_b" >
															<div class="dr">
																<div  class="dc m1_pad" >
																	<span class="m1_h_text">Manufacturers:</span><br>
																	<img alt="" src="images/spacer.gif" width="1" height="12"><br>
																	<select class="sel1"><option>&nbsp; Sony</option></select>
																</div>
															</div>
														</div>
													</div>

Finally the CSS code is given below:

.m1_t { background:url(images/m1-t.jpg) no-repeat top;}

Can someone tell me if there is anything wrong with this code, and what changes are required to make it work

Thanks and Regards,
Arvind

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