Just as a small nit-pick, LI elements are containers, and so should
have closing </li> tags.
On Feb 20, 8:58 am, Jinsa <jf.wesq...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody!
> I'm actually working on a script acting on a UL menu with different LI
> classname. The goal is to react onMouseOver and onClick on each LI
> click or mouseover differently. The fact is the class is unknown so my
> script have to check the UL and then observe each LI as elements.
> Here is the html:
> <ul id="menu">
> <li class="item"><a id="current" href="">First</a>
> <li class="item23"><a id="current" href="">Second</a>
> <li class="item22"><a id="current" href="">Third</a>
> <li class="item12"><a id="current" href="">Vador</a>
> <li class="item6"><a id="current" href="">What the!</a>
> <li class="item2"><a id="current" href="">Hahum!</a>
> and then the script:
> function bindage()
> $('menu').down('li').each(function (el)
> return $(el).observe('click', function(event)
> alert('hellow bro');
> Event.observe(window, 'load', bindage);
> But that obviously doesn't work... I really don't have any idea to
> make it work... I've tried so far but without any success... maybe you
> could help me?
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