I have enabled the 'WordPress ToolTip' plugin and have used the following code to generate a tooltip over an image link in the footer of my site:
[code]a href="#" class="wp-tooltip" title="Visit our online shop for special offers"><img src="images/shop-logo.gif" alt="Shop Online" /></a[/code]
Note: Removed the first < and final > from code above because the code seems to get stripped out in this forum.
This displays the tooltip when the image is hovered over, but the tooltip 'arrow' (at the bottom of the tooltip) is in line with the bottom of the image. Using Firebug, I've tried to pull this apart and see where the CSS is being applied, to make the tooltip 'pop up' above the image, not covering the image. From here I gather I have to apply 'tip_top' class - Firebug shows this class is enabled on the 'tiptip_holder' div.
Is this a case of not being able to see the wood for the trees?