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  • I have a very ridiculous problem. Whenever I mouseover any of the links found on my site a title of the link pops up (the title is always the same as text of the link. I bet there is a very easy way of fixing this but I have not found anything in other forums or on the net.

    Can anyone help? Thank in advance.

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  • I’m supposing you’re talking about the title-value: <a href="URL" title="URL">?

    You actually should have that to ensure your html validates but of course you can simply remove the title-attribute from the link. But a much better thing to do is to simply typing your own value:

    <a href="URL" title="THE TITLE I WANT THE LINK TO HAVE">

    Thanks Vintagemaniac,

    Yes, I am referring to the “title=”” value. The problem is that all of my links are rendered automatically by the theme I am using. To be more specific I will give you my website:

    Take a look at the drop down menu, you see that when you mouse over any of the page links the same name pops up. It’s quite annoying and bothersome. Is there a way to get rid of them altogether?


    I am also very interested to know the solution.

    I found a link plug-in that allowed blank title tags

    works in Firefox but not in Safari

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