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Posted on 2006-06-20
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How do you perform 2 events onMouseOver

e.g. I want to

onMouseOver="style.backgroundColor='#FFFFF;"

&

onMouseOver="callMe()"
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Question by:iamatramp
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Zyloch earned 160 total points
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Hi iamatramp,

onmouseover = "this.style.backgroundColor='#FFFFFF'; callMe();"

Use the semicolon to separate statements, as always.

Regards,
Ted
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