Change some word in text

We can change picture in the client side, which mean, when we move the mouse to it, it will change other picture. I am trying to find a way to change the text. Like this. I put "Point me!!!!" in page. When the mouse point to it,It will change to "Yes, You Point Me!!!, Now click Me!!!". Like this. Thank you.

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  • Create a script and function in it:
    [code]
    function changeText(text, obj){
    obj.replaceChild(document.createTextNode(text), obj.childNodes[0]);
    }
    [/code]

    Then add the element you want to work on, for example P element:
    [code]

    Point me!

    [/code]

    [b][italic]Philip Patrick[/italic][/b]
    [b]Home page[/b]: http://www.saintopatrick.com
    [size=1][italic]"Two beer or not two beer?"[/italic] [b]Shakesbeer[/b][/size]

  • I think I can see the code, but I have 2 question to ask.
    1) Can it replace with VBScript as I don't know much about JavaScript.
    2) Where to download a JavaScript E-Book(0-5MB, I see some ebook up to 100MB ;-0).
    Thank You.

    : Create a script and function in it:
    : [code]
    : function changeText(text, obj){
    : obj.replaceChild(document.createTextNode(text), obj.childNodes[0]);
    : }
    : [/code]
    :
    : Then add the element you want to work on, for example P element:
    : [code]
    :

    Point me!

    : [/code]
    :
    : [b][italic]Philip Patrick[/italic][/b]
    : [b]Home page[/b]: http://www.saintopatrick.com
    : [size=1][italic]"Two beer or not two beer?"[/italic] [b]Shakesbeer[/b][/size]
    :
    :

  • Well, yes, you can replace it with VBScript, but remember that only IE is working with VBScript on client side. So better not to do it.

    I dunno where you can find a book, but you can look at http://www.w3schools.com for reference and quick tutorials

    : I think I can see the code, but I have 2 question to ask.
    : 1) Can it replace with VBScript as I don't know much about JavaScript.
    : 2) Where to download a JavaScript E-Book(0-5MB, I see some ebook up to 100MB ;-0).
    : Thank You.


    [b][italic]Philip Patrick[/italic][/b]
    [b]Home page[/b]: http://www.saintopatrick.com
    [size=1][italic]"Two beer or not two beer?"[/italic] [b]Shakesbeer[/b][/size]

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