barryl — 2013-05-19T09:16:19-04:00 — #1
I've searched, and found many good css tooltip scripts, but can't find the one that I need: A css tooltip-type script that occurs onClick, with a hide button.
I've got a list of more than 100 names in a roster, and want to be able to click on any of them, popping up the tooltip (with all their info) in the center of the page.
I'm still new at all this. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
paul_wilkins — 2013-05-19T17:27:20-04:00 — #2
It sounds like this dialog box may be suitable, that you can style to appear as you wish.
Is that the sort of thing that you are looking for?
force — 2013-05-19T19:49:14-04:00 — #3
You can essentially whip up your own.
Make a div with a unique ID in your HTML code, with everything you want to show in your tooltip. Then apply the display:none CSS.
For the close button, use another target span or div inside of the parent div of your tooltip with another onclick attribute to apply display:none to the parent div again.
barryl — 2013-05-19T20:25:56-04:00 — #4
Both of you were a HUGE help. Not sure which way I'll go, but appreciate the two choices!
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