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Joomla! 1.5 JavaScript jQuery by Jose Argudo Blanco

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Adding useful tooltips

This is going to be our last example for this chapter. But don't worry, I know we have already worked a lot, so this last example is going to be quite easy and short.

Tooltips are always a good way of adding hints and info. Interested visitors can see this info, but visitors who are not interested don't need to see this info.

A tooltip plugin that looks pretty good is the Coda Bubble plugin. As with the other plugins, we can search for it on the jQuery site, or at the following link:

http://plugins.jquery.com/project/codabubble.

If we want to download it, we can do so from the developers' site:

http://www.myjquery.co.uk/.

After downloading the coda bubble ZIP file, we have all the files needed. So let's get started. A place ...

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