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Title attribute pops-up over Tippy tip

  • I’m using the latest version of Tippy, and I’ve noticed a small UI issue: when the user hoovers over the tip and the tip pops-up, a moment or two later the browser pops-up the title= text from the hyperlink. Is it possible to remove the title attribute from Tippy links, or somehow tell the browser to not display them?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tippy/

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  • Plugin Author Chris Roberts

    @columcille

    I’ve debated with the best way to handle the title attribute. For a few reasons (SEO, accessibility, fallback, to name three), it is best to keep it. What I might do is to add an option to the Tippy settings, allowing users to turn it on or off as desired.

    I (plan to) use Tippy in a widget and use html.
    Adding this solves it for some browsers, e.g. Firefox. In Chrome this will show a small box with one blank.

    ……<span title=” “>Your title here</span>

    Perhaps for the time being….

    Plugin Author Chris Roberts

    @columcille

    Added an option at the bottom of the Tippy Settings page to not use the title attribute in the Tippy links.

    Excellent! Thank you.

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