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Javascript/HTML confusuion

Javascript/HTML confusuion

Javascript/HTML confusuion

Hi. Creating multiple image elements with unique IDs and appending them to document with a mouse over event listener.
The elements are displayed on the canvas and visible in INNERHTML but two problems I have not been able to resolve:

1. Cannot use the document get() to retrieve the element which I will use to display individual data.
2. In the mouse over event, the image selected is the last image loaded regardless on which image is selected.

Thanks for any assistance offered.


RE: Javascript/HTML confusuion

document.get() is what??

and where is the HTML that goes with the js code, in a text file not a wordprocessor document preferably.



the image selected is the last image loaded regardless on which image is selected.

Would probably be caused by not breaking out of a loop at the correct point.


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