Hi Chris

I think your problem is because you are using mouseover/mouseout
instead of mouseenter/mouseleave

Please review this link for a further explanation

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1651469/mouseover-and-mouseout-events-firing-on-children

Regards
Pablo

On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 8:20 AM, Chris Sansom <ch...@highway57.co.uk> wrote:
> On 13 Sep 2011, at 15:29, Chris Sansom wrote:
>
>> I /think/ what's happening is that when you roll the mouse over various 
>> elements inside the <div> JS thinks it's mousing out and over repeatedly
>
> Just been out for a walk and had a think about this. I think what I need to 
> do is somehow prevent the mouseout from restarting the fading if it's 
> followed by a mouseover within, say, a quarter? a tenth? of a second. I'll 
> see if I can find a way to do this, but any hints would be most welcome at 
> this stage.
>
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