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[closed] How to display menu's title attribute on mouseover (2 posts)

  1. Pregasviel
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    This is the first time I request some help in order to customize my wordpress blog and hope you will know how to make my idea comes true.

    I'll try to be clear, I'll use my website as a digital platform for a sci fi story... my inspirations come from different sources but for my webdesign, I decided to use a Halo ( the video game) style homescreen interface as you can see there:
    http://haloreachweekly.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/halo-reach-beta-matchmaking-menu.png

    As you can see, in this menu, you have the different elements that compound it and under a thin line, a short description of what the selected element does. The text changes when another element is selected. I'd like to do the same as my meny titles are kind of original, their meaning can't be apprehended without a little explanation.

    So here is my request: I would like my menu's title attributes to be shown under the menu in a kind of block... the title attribute is shown according to the element hovered by the mouse in this box.Of course, by default, title attribute must be hidden and only displayed when an element is hovered.

    When no element is hovered, it would be nice to have a default text displayed as: "Hover a menu title to see where it will drive you" (I say it in english but my blog will be in french).

    I hope I was clear. Thanks in advance for your support.
    For information:
    I use a custom theme based on Twenty Ten code, my menu is displayed in a custom sidebar with the plugin Dropdown Menu.

    Sorry for my english, I read it everyday but write less often.

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