Each element on this page that is supplied with a
title attribute is tooltipified. Just hover on some links, for example.
Tooltip.JS can be initialized on demand (for example after an AJAX call or user interaction), by using its
tooltipjs.demand() method as an alternative to the
tooltipjs.pageload() method. Visit this page to learn how to use this functionality.
Tooltip.JS provides a special way to load its content via AJAX. Hover this link to load its tooltip via AJAX from an external file. For more info on how to achieve this visit the online help and manual page for the component.
Form elements can also be tooltipified by Tooltip.JS - all you have to do is to add
title attribute to them. The tooltip for textboxes, password fields and textareas appears when these elements are focused. Visit this page for a demo and more info.
If you set the
false, Tooltip.JS will be rendered with a close button and users will need to click it in order to hide the tooltip. Visit this page for more info and demo.
Here is a scenario in which you can use Tooltip.JS to display images.