This allows you to create a simple image mouseover feature by adding properties to an image:
It understands the following attributes which can be added to the HTML:
- img.class=”mouseover” (activates IMG mouseover for this image)
- img.oversrc (If specified, this rewrites the image on mouse rollover)
- img.clicksrc (If specified, this rewrites the image on mouse click)
- img.noresize (If set, this will make the image have the natural dimensions instead of the dimensions of the original image).
- a.class=”mouseover” (activates A tag as a controller for another image, when clicked a class “selected” is tacked on)
- a.for (Should be specified to point to target image. Image must be class mouseover)
- a.for_link (If specified the ID of a link is replaced with this one)
- a.src (If specified, the click will replace the image with this)
- a.oversrc (If specified, the click will replace the image mouse rollover with this)
- a.clicksrc (If specified, the click will replace the image mouse click with this)
I usually try to avoid plug-ins that haven't been updated for ages and/or are unproven with the current version of WordPress, but this plug-in does a simle job very well. This is a very common requirement and yet there are very few plug-ins that offer this service. shard's article https://wordpress.org/support/topic/excellent-but-newbies-will-struggle-to-figure-it-out?replies=3 was a Godsend as the documentation is very sparse and you do need to get your hands dirty with the html. Even so, this is much much easier than manually writing html and css to do the job.
- Fixed bug where mouseovers broke in version 1.4 when they are placed outside of post_content (for instance, in a widget). Note that these cannot be made HTML5 compliant (currently). (Thanks, FlowerLark for helping me find the bug.)
- HTML 5 compliant (no need to change your code, but you may need to clear supercache) as per new dataset attributes
- Added GPL 2 license to code.
- Updated documentation to note testing on WordPress 3.0
- TinyMCE (Visual Editor) no longer munges the HTML code
- Fixed bug that required PHP 5 in order to run.
- Support for link controllers
- Initial release