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Is it possible to get PHP to show the same behaviour as ASP.Net during onClick events of images?
I understand that onClick, onMouseOver, etc are “trigger” events.
With ASP.Net for example if I wanted to make the background of an image change colours everytime the mouse hovers over it, I could do something like this:
I know this is not perfect and there are better ways of coding this type of thing but it’s just to make a point, that ASP.Net makes it very easy to get things like this working.
When I do PHP I know for a fact that I can get this sort of stuff working when using trigger events like OnClick, but I don’t know how to get PHP to just show the default state and then change it when the event is triggered.
Can anybody shed any light on this matter?
PHP is a server-side language, which means the server processes the code and then sends it back to the browser. This means that when you run the code, all it does is send that information to the browser, which is where it shows up.
Uhm, no. PHP doesn’t have any kind of “onclick” attribute.
I don’t know how ASP.NET does it, but it’s quite simple really.
You just write an onclick attribute in your html, for example:
Which will cause an alert to pop up.
1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to an image recording method, an image recording apparatus and an image recording system.
2. Description of the Related Art
A conventional color copying machine reads an original color image in a color separation system and forms the color image of each color in a respective corresponding color separation unit on a photosensitive member, processes the
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The invention relates to a light emitting diode having a high light conversion efficiency, a high service life and an excellent heat dissipation property, and to a light emitting device having the light emitting diode, and a display device having the light emitting device.
A light emitting diode element emits light of a single color using a light emitting material. The light emitting diode element has characteristics such as a long service life, a small size, low power consumption, and a rapid response speed. The light emitting diode element also has been therefore used as a light source in a display device such as a liquid crystal display, an organic electroluminescent display and the like.
The light emitting diode element includes a p-type semiconductor layer, an i-type semiconductor layer and a n-type semiconductor layer. Further, when, the p-type semiconductor layer, the i-type semiconductor layer and the n-type semiconductor layer have a multi-layer structure, a multi-quantum well structure or the like, it is possible to achieve a light emitting diode element which emits light of a desired color.
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