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Changing an Image

Posted on 2013-05-17
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I have an image in a div.  I would like to change that image on an event.

<div class="notice" id="notice"><!--notice Start-->
    <p align="center"><img src="Images/Buttons/BigSearch.png" alt="Ballon" name="ballon" width="318" height="166"
    id="ballon" class="ballon" style="visibility: visible;"  /></p>
	</div><!--notice End-->

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I was previously just hidding it or showing it, but now I want to chamge it.
How can I do this?

else {
			$("#ballon").css('visibility','visible'); 
		}

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This doesn't work.
$("ballon").("img src="Images/Buttons/BigSearch.png");

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Question by:DS928
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by:Jagadishwor Dulal
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Where is your if condition I thinks it's not so good to write only else and what is the event mousehover or click post the complete code.
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OK One of your solution will be changing src:
$("ballon").attr('src',"Images/Buttons/BigSearch.png");

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by:DS928
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Works perfectly!  Thank you.
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