The mouseover event is triggered when the user takes the mouse pointer over the element or its children. Similarly, the mouseout event is triggered when the user takes the mouse pointer out of the element, or out from one of its children.
For this Mouseout event, we are going to use the attribute Onmouseout. Also, we are going to continue the example from the mouseover event, so that we can get to see both the events in one code. The mouseover and mouseout events are often used together, so let’s use them together.
As you can see, in the above program, we are simply having the div element, which again has some background color, some height, and the same width as well. We have used the Onmouseout attribute, for the mouse out event. When the Mouseout event is triggered, the function mouse out executes.
You can try the above program, and observe the output of the above program. Try taking the mouse pointer over the element, and out of the element, and observe the changes in the element.