Open a hyperlink ‘on mouse over’

Open a hyperlink ‘on mouse over’

Open a hyperlink ‘on mouse over’!

With great power comes great responsibility. If you must have a hyperlink open ‘on mouse over’, add the onmouseover HTML attribute along with the JavaScript method. Code sample and demo after the jump.


Code Sample

<a href="/go/link.php?id=14" onmouseover=", 'child')">This hyperlink opens on mouse over</a>

Live Demo

Click here ‐> This hyperlink opens on mouse over


About Giancarlo Colfer
Giancarlo Colfer
Affinity Media & Publishing Group's Founder & CEO

New York Experienced Professional Web Developer & Web Designer with over 18 plus years of experience in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and more.

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