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lawhater says

Is there a way to set it so when I hover over an image (within a div class “image”) it gets replaced by another div (or another div shows up in that area)?

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Orbital_Themes says

Everything’s possible, but you will have to account for the element change, so when your original div gets hovered it will get replaced and the new div will now be hovered.

What exactly do you want to achieve?

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ewizz says
lawhater said
Is there a way to set it so when I hover over an image (within a div class “image”) it gets replaced by another div (or another div shows up in that area)?
http://api.jquery.com/replaceWith/

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