Hi there! Does WordPress has a built-in mouse-over tooltip feature?
It’s the thing that can pop up at the cursor, a small window bearing the description of a keyword that the author have designated.
I’ll be really pleased if someone can help me with this. Thanks.
consider it done! :D
when you link a keyword to a url, you can also enter an explanation in the title.
like, in the tabs, you have the link tab, right? if you click the link tab after selecting a word in your post, you have the option to put the url AND title in the boxes.
the title you provide pops up when the cursor is hovered over a linked word or image.
hope this helps! :D
Thank you sir~!
Although, I feel that the small title box prevents me from making a detailed description.
I’m using this feature to explain the meaning of some Japanese words. (^_^)
thanks for thanking!
maybe you have to experiment with how much you can put in the title tag? i don’t think it cuts off longer text or anything!
if a longer explanation is necessary, then you might put (*) or numbers after the keyword and link it to explanations at the bottom of the page – using page jump.
this footnote kind of way also looks more professional! :D
and um, i’m not a sir. i’m from the opposite sex! (^_^)
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