Build a Better Tooltip with jQuery Awesomeness Browsers will automatically display a tooltip when you provide a title attribute. Internet Explorer will also use the alt attribute. But, in this tutorial I'm going to show you how to quickly write a jQuery plugin that will replace the typical browser tooltip with something a little flashier. One of the great tools we have in our web development goodie-bag are tooltips. Before You Start This tutorial would probably fit in the category of Intermediate. If you need a refresher on jQuery, here are a few recommended sites: Just so you have a clear idea of the files involved in this tutorial, here is what the file structure should look like by the time you are done. Here's a rundown of what each file/folder is: Step 1 - First, Get a Little Creative Open up Photoshop, or your software of choice, and whip up an awesome looking tooltip. Step 2 - Slice and Dice Your Tooltip For this particular design, you will need to slice the tooltip into 3 different images. Step 3 - Write the HTML/CSS Markup The CSS
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