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Admittedly I'm fairly new to Javascript, but I've taken numerous tutorials, classes, and have searched for hour online and I can't seem to figure out how to make my script work, and have edited it and edited it so many times I just want to start over.

What I'm trying to do is, when one of six divs is clicked, a separate div will have 3 specific divs appear in it. Each of the original six divs have three similar but different divs related to it.

I have this much, but as I've said I've looked through so many tutorials that I just scrapped loads.http://jsfiddle.net/petiteco24601/hgo8eqdq/

$(document).ready(function () {$(".talkbubble").mouseout(function(){$(".sidebar").show();});$$(".talkbubble").click(function(){$

How do I make it so that when you click a "talkbubble" div, a different "sidebar" div appears with all its contained elements, and when you mouseout, the first talkbubble div automatically activates?

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Give each six div's give unique id ref, and give each of 3 related div's a class name that matches the the id ref.

$(document).ready(function () {$(".talkbubble").mouseout(function(){$('.'+$(this).attr('id')).hide();$('.MatchingClassnameRefOfDefault').show();});//end mouseout$(".talkbubble").click(function(){$('.'+$(this).attr('id')).show();}); //end click});//end doc...ready

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