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swapping divs with java script

Well, if you remember me from before, I was trying to get a code to make a div draggable. That worked. Now however, I'm trying to add some code that will track where the mouse is, and when it reaches a certain set of points, it will affect two divs. It will make one invisible, and the other invisible.

They're in the same location, just have different z-indexes. Also, one is initially visible, while the other is invisible. I tried passing parameters (since I want this code to work for several pages), but that doesn't seem to work. I haven't tried making the code specifically for the that one set of divs yet. Well, here it is.

//Draging Objects var elementToDrag, deltaX, deltaY //global variables //elementTo Drag - keeps track of what we're dragging //deltaX - //deltaY - function DragObject(which,event){ elementToDrag = document.getElementById(which) //draglayer is being passed //Compute distance to mouse click deltaX = event.clientX - parseInt(elementToDrag.style.left) deltaY = event.clientY - parseInt(elementToDrag.style.top) //clientX & Y represent the current position of the layer //calculates the distacne of the mouse from the layer //Register event handlers -- Determines which browse //top one is a standard code, teh second is for Internet Explorer (both do the same thing) if(document.addEventListener){ //detect the movement of the mouse, call the cuntion, always has to be true document.addEventListener("mousemove",moveHandler,true) document.addEventListener("mouseup",upHandler,true) }else{ document.attachEvent("onmousemove",moveHandler) document.attachEvent("onmouseup",upHandler) } //event is handled, end it -- stop all other events or functions will dragging if(event.stopPropagation){ event.stopPropagation() event.preventDefault() }else{ event.cancelBubble = true //internet explorer function. It does the same as the one above } } function moveHandler(e){ if(!e){ e = window.event //mousemove event } //move element to current mouse position //current mouse position - the offset elementToDrag.style.left = (e.clientX - deltaX) + "px" elementToDrag.style.top = (e.clientY - deltaY) + "px" //event is handled, end it if(e.stopPropagation){ e.stopPropagation() }else{ e.cancelBubble = true } } //Capture mouseup to end drag function upHandler(e){ if(!e){ e = window.event } //Internet Explorer or any other browser if(document.removeEventListener){ document.removeEventListener("mouseup",upHandler,true) document.removeEventListener("mousemove",moveHandler,true) }else{ document.detachEvent("onmouseup",upHandler) document.detachEvent("onmousemove",moveHandler) } if(e.stopPropagation){ e.stopPropagation() }else{ e.cancelBubble = true } } function disAppear(woop, shoop, IE, e, event) { if (IE) { // grab the x-y pos.s if browser is IE tempX = event.clientX + document.body.scrollLeft; tempY = event.clientY + document.body.scrollTop; } else { // grab the x-y pos.s if browser is NS tempX = e.pageX tempY = e.pageY if (tempX > 319 && tempX < 574 && tempY > 200 && tempY

Posted On: Friday 23rd of November 2012 12:44:34 AM Total Views:  447
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