Tooltip, although are small things but one can’t underestimate their importance in website design. Tooltip is an excellent way to put up any extra information on site without hampering basic design or the main information. A “hover box” appears and disappears on hovering the cursor/mouse. jQuery Tooltip is the key to make a well made tooltip.
Today we are presenting Best jQuery Tooltip Plugins for making your site more user-friendly and attractive. So start hovering and give your site a breathing space and readers the information they want.
Very cool tooltip! Itâ€™s very well made because it consists of cool transition effects and it also has a transparency and a drop shadow effect.
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Create a Digg-style post sharing tool with jQuery
I will show you how to create a social bookmarking tool that look like digg’s. It looks cool, practical and useful! I also include the komodomedia’s social bookmarking icons and a long list of submission URL for one click bookmark.
Browsers will automatically display a tooltip when you give a title attribute. Internet Explorer will also use the alt attribute. But, in this tutorial Iâ€™m going to show you how to quickly write a jQuery plugin that will replace the typical browser tooltip with something a little flashier.
By default this plugin will read the title attribute of the element and convert it into fade-in tooltip that you can style any way you want. Important note, it doesn’t have to be an anchor tag. You can apply this script to any element(s) you want.
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bQuery :: Good Tip & Tabworld
The set up offers endless configurablity. User your own css and tags (as long as you don’t use the “q” tag anywhere) to style your tab panel. It’s easy to do, easy to set up, easy to style because Tab World does all the hard work.
Adding a plugin for something that simply is overkill. Adding a plugin for tooltips typically requires that you include an extra script and an extra stylesheet (depending on which one you use). In this post, I â€˜ll show you just how easy it is to create a clean, styled tooltip using jQuery.
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The Orbital Tooltip came about because we wanted to see a more flexible tooltip that allowed for a larger range of flexibility with positioning of a tooltip. With the Orbital Tooltip you can choose to position the tooltip on any object in a 360 degrees around it. With multiple options for spacing & offset as well as styling, Orbital Tooltip stands head and shoulders above other jQuery tooltips.
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Easiest Tooltip and Image Preview Using jQuery
What this script does is adds an element to the body when you roll over a certain object. That element’s appearance is predefined with css (positioned absolute and styled) so all we need to do is fill the element with content, calculate mouse position and make it move accordingly. When cursor is moved over he object, element moves with it and when cursor roll out, the element is deleted.
Our application is very person centric, so we wanted an easy way to pop up a “tooltip” with more information about a person when you see a person’s name. For example, here are some search results. When you hover over a name, more information appears.
BeautyTips is a jQuery tooltips plugin which uses the canvas drawing element in the HTML5 spec to dynamically draw tooltips (sometimes called “talk bubbles” or “help balloons”) associated with an html element on the page. These tips are highly configurable and can be triggered in many ways.
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