jQuery for Absolute Beginners: Day 12

Today will be the first part of a 2-part series. Ultimately, we’ll be drawing information from a database to create an advanced tooltip. Today, we’ll start with the layout and the basic functionality. It shouldn’t be too different from what we did in Day 11. In Part 2, we’ll use jQuery to call a PHP method asynchronously, and then populate the tooltip.


Day 12: Advanced Tooltips: Part 1

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  • Geoff says:

    Oh just to chime in….Komodo edit is a great editor. Has support for pretty much everything and is mozilla based so people are building add ons for it. It’s a code editor not an ide but it has a bunch of great features.

    Its open source and free.

  • Muhammad Abubakr Haider says:

    nice tutorials jeffery.

  • Muhammad Abubakr Haider says:

    Great screencasts jeffery.

  • illastr8 says:

    Great tut! How do I go by having one link do the hover function when having mulitple links. Lets say you have a

    home | product | contact

    and you only want the contact to hover and not the home & product links?

    Thanks!
    illastr8

  • illastr8 says:

    Great tut! How do I go by having one link do the hover function when having mulitple links. Lets say you have a

    home | product | contact

    and you only want the contact to hover and not the home & product links?

    Thanks!
    illastr8

  • illastr8 says:

    never mind I found out how to!