Support » Plugin: Footnotes Made Easy » Option to disable tooltips

  • jasonbear

    (@jasonbear)


    “Switching on/off tooltips is something you can achieve if you go into Settings -> Footnotes.”

    I’ve found that statement to be inaccurate. I have disabled it in settings, but tooltips still appear. I assume it’s because A) I have other plugins that use tooltips; or B) jquery is still being used by other plugins.

    The only way for me to disable the tooltips was to change this line of code:

    $id_replace = $this->current_options[ 'pre_identifier' ] . '<a href="' . $id_href . '" id="' . $id_id . '" class="footnote-link footnote-identifier-link" title="' . $id_title . '">' . $this->current_options[ 'inner_pre_identifier' ] . $id_num . $this->current_options[ 'inner_post_identifier' ] . '</a>' . $this->current_options[ 'post_identifier' ];

    to this line of code:

    $id_replace = $this->current_options[ 'pre_identifier' ] . '<a href="' . $id_href . '" id="' . $id_id . '" class="footnote-link footnote-identifier-link">' . $this->current_options[ 'inner_pre_identifier' ] . $id_num . $this->current_options[ 'inner_post_identifier' ] . '</a>' . $this->current_options[ 'post_identifier' ];

    More specifically, I had to delete the following code from /wp-content/plugins/footnotes-made-easy/footnotes-made-easy.php :

    title="' . $id_title . '"

    It would be helpful to have a more “aggressive” setting to address this issue because my manual hack will be overwritten whenever you update the plugin.

    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by jasonbear.
    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by jasonbear.
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