Archive for July, 2007

clueTip Plugin Beta 2

Beta 2 of the clueTip Plugin for jQuery is out the door and on the server. I’ve made a number of fairly significant changes (for the better, I hope), both to the script and to the CSS. One notable addition is the ability to apply a “jTip” style to the clueTips by changing the CSS, setting the new “arrows” option to true and the new “dropShadow” option to false. Here is the full list of what has been changed:
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clueTip Plugin Beta

If you’re a member of the jQuery discussion list, then you probably already know that I’ve been working on an ajax tooltip plugin, inspired by Cody Lindley’s jTip plugin. Well, I’m finally ready to officially introduce it (even though Smashing Magazine somehow found out about it and included it in their list of 40+ Tooltips Scripts).

The new clueTip plugin allows you to easily set a link, or any other element, to show a tooltip when the user’s mouse hovers over it. If the link includes a title attribute, its text becomes the heading of the clueTip.

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