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JQuery MouseOver an image tag effect.

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I have img html tag and I want to simulate a user moving the mouse over the image when the page loads.

I tried this but it won't work, I'm I missing something?

 $('img_id').trigger('mouseover');
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by:roynaufal
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can you please explain a  bit more,didn't fully understand what you aim to do
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by:7of9121098
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 I have a couple of images on the form and when I move the mouse cursor over an image it opens up.
Therefore, when the page loads I want one of the images to open up. This is why I want to simulate a mouse over-event over the image.
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ah ok, i see
well you can use this then:
$(document).ready(function() {
  // so you put the function yo want here, the one that is called when the onmouseover event happens on the image
});
 

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by:blueghozt
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Hi show us the code for what happens on a normal mouseover event
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