How Odd! I searched for something on WebmasterWorld and I couldn't find an answer. Oh well, I 'spose I'm going to have to set up a thread myself! Such a pain ;)
What I'd like to know how to do is change the border of a table cell when the mouse moves into it. For once I actually was impressed by something Mr. Gate's clones did. On their homepage [microsoft.com] if you move you mouse over one of the news articles on the right hand side of the page it changes the border attribute of the cell....it actually puts a border on it(I guess it changes the colour of it actually).
How's this done then? What's the property tag I'm after?
x.className The value of attribute CLASS of node x. If the node doesn't have a class, it is empty. Can also be set: x.className="name". When this is done the style of the element also changes to the new class, except in Opera.
<aside> If you do a Google search on 'classname property', some poor Real Estate guy gets a keyword impression on his text ad.</aside>