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PHP JavaScript Tooltip Generator Class

PHP JavaScript Tooltip Generator Class is a PHP class that can generate JavaScript tooltips. It works on all major browsers, but transparency is not supported on Opera. In Internet Explorer, the tooltips show above HTML SELECT elements as they should. The appearance of the tooltips is template driven. Only onmouseover/onmousemove events need to be sepcified, not onmouseout.

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Recent releases

  •  14 Nov 2006 23:38

    Release Notes: in Firefox, the tooltips were showing up in the right position only the first time; after that, the tooltips would show in the top left corner of the screen. "Sticky" tooltips can now be created (tooltips that follow the mouse cursor) by calling the "show" method on the onmousemove event rather than on the onmouseover event. In Internet Explorer, the vertical scrollbar no longer appears if a tooltip is shown. Automatic tooltip re-positioning has been improved in order to keep the tooltip in the visible part of the browser window if it would "flow" outside. There is some code cleanup.

    •  09 Oct 2006 09:02

      Release Notes: Even though the examples were working fine, because of the ways paths were handled, you had to manually alter the paths in the template file in order for class to work outside of the examples folder. Transparency was not working in Safari. The init() method can now be instructed to return the output instead of outputting it to the screen. This is useful when you're working with templating engines.

      •  25 Sep 2006 15:36

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

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        26 Sep 2006 05:17 A2D

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