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How to add ":hover" event on div using jQuery.

You can find number of example on internet to add "hover" effect on div using jQuery.

However, you can find proposed solution on the following link:

Relevant Documentation:

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Last updated by gaborG 6 years, 6 months ago.

Assigned support staff: Minesh.


I was trying to look up some JQuery documents here on wp-types but all the search result links what I tried redirected to instead of to their supposed address. Please check your links.

Anyhow... the problem is this:
I want to have a :hover event for a div which will change several parts of the div (other divs inside it) in different ways - basically coloring some text to one color and some other text to other colors. I wanted to do it with JQuery but for some reason my code doesn't work.
Do you have some sources for this?



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Hello. Thank you for contacting the Toolset support.

To implement ":hover" selector with CSS you should have sufficient knowledge of CSS.

You can find more info on following links:
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As you want with jQuery, Please see following links:
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If you still need further assistance with your issue, please feel free to contact our certified partners on the following link:


Sorry, I think I didn't explain myself correctly.
I already found a JQuery code to implement what I wanted, but it doesn't work when I add it to the JS editor in the View, as you can see on the image.
Is this not an accepted way to use JQuery in Views?



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Could you please replace "$" with "jQuery" with your javascript code.


Thanks, that's it.