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Super easy, I am sure

I saw some sample code of whay I think was wither js or html... can't
remember. But, it would create the effect of a yellow popup window that
appeared when you left you mouse button over a link. I am sure you have
seen them before, mosly with a yellow or white box. You can find similar
behavior on win95 - XP when you leave your cursor over a filename in
explorer.

Does anyone know what this is referred to as. I am sure I can google my way
through it if I can just find out what it is called.

Thanks
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Sean Berry <news:Culhc.65357$U83.53598@fed1read03>:
I saw some sample code of whay I think was wither js or
html... can't remember.
Could be either.
But, it would create the effect of a yellow popup window that
appeared when you left you mouse button over a link. [...]
Does anyone know what this is referred to as. I am sure I can
google my way through it if I can just find out what it is
called.


Perhaps:
<a href="http://rock13.com/ title="Rob's Site">Rock13.com</a>

Check on the title attribute of HTML, visual browsers that I know
of display it as a 'tool tip'. There are DHTML variations.

--
Rob - http://rock13.com/
Web Stuff: http://rock13.com/webhelp/
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