Jquery qtip example
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I’ve spent the last hour trying to figure out why my code wouldn’t work with qTip, and I’ve looked through the forums to see if anyone else has had similar issues. I’ve found that the following code works well inside the thread, but when it’s replaced with a newer version of jQuery, it throws an error.
EDIT 2: A new version of qTip is in the works, so it may be worth waiting for that, but if you want to use qTip with the most recent version of jQuery, you can catch one of the nightly builds. Using the above example, I replaced both scripts with the latest nightly build of jQuery (1.4.2) and it appears to work.
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http://craigsworks.com/projects/forums/thread-solved-qtip-1-0-0rc3-does-not-work-with-latest-jquery-release-does-not-work-with-latest-jquery-release-does-not-work-with-latest-jquery-release-does-not-work-with-latest-jquery-release-d You can restore jQuery compatibility by changing one line of code in the qTip plugin (though the code in the’min’ version is difficult to find).
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Okay, I’m using the qTip (Stylish jQuery Tooltips) module to add tooltips to a page that’s been styled inline (due to a consistency across browsers issue with the original theme css).
Okay, for the newbies like me who are searching for tooltips… The qTip (Stylish jQuery Tooltips) documentation is a little deceptive at first glance, leading you to believe that you must execute the tooltip via an input filter. Although using an input filter is “fast and dirty,” it prevents you from entering any html in the tooltip, and the tooltip text is displayed in the textarea inside your wysiwyg editor, destroying the W-Y-S-I-W-Y G experience.
If you want to see demos, go to the qTip2 plugin page, which has some excellent demos. But, programmatically implemented demos are 100% useless for implementing qtip styled tooltips on your page. You can programmatically execute the tip, but you’ll have to CSS style it yourself.
3.) Pick “view-source” from the context menu when you right-click on this tab. Find the name of your saved qtip instance in the page’s source code (for example, “test tip top left”). This is what it should look like:
Jquery qtip example online
The jQuery qtip2 library is a convenient way to add tooltips to your website. It comes with a plethora of configuration options as well as event callbacks. However, every now and then you could do something a little less clear about it.
Our client, for example, wanted a tooltip to appear on a user-triggered case, then remain for three seconds before disappearing completely. We chose to reveal the tooltip and then aggressively cover it after three seconds after poking around in the qtip docs. The jQuery events that activate display and hide (mouseenter and mouseleave) were also removed, and the hide event was set to be reset, which was also needed to prevent the tooltip from disappearing.
After seeing it in motion, the customer agreed that after the initial three-second display, future hovers over the related element should also display the tooltip, and that the tooltip should vanish as soon as the mouse moves away from the element. My first solution was to create a ‘preventHide’ variable that I set to false in three seconds, hook into the hide case, and prevent it from hiding if ‘preventHide’ is real. It performed, but it wasn’t especially elegant. I also had to add code to handle edge cases such as entering or leaving the element during the three seconds.
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I went back to this today and tried the example given by @James Hibbard in post #10, which works great, but the _POST data isn’t getting through to PHP when used in the application, so I’ll have to search “upstream” to see where the _POST data is being lost.
EDIT: I retract the statement. Pullo’s tooltips open on click rather than hover, which I overlooked. However, neither of the other two examples I provided work for me. Assuming that everyone else has had a similar experience, I believe it’s time to play spot-the-difference. Why does Pullo’s example work but not the others?