- mouseover: The onmouseover event triggers when the mouse pointer enters an element or any one of its child elements.
- mouseenter: The onmouseenter event is triggered only when the mouse pointer hits the element.
- mousemove: The onmousemove event is triggered each time the mouse pointer is moved when it is over an element.
Note: The mousemove event occurs each time the user moves the mouse by one pixel.
Note: Both onmouseenter and onmouseover elements are similar except that the onmouseenter event does not propagate up the document hierarchy.
- jQuery | mouseover() with Examples
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