A tooltip library in CSS for your lovely websites
Note: CSS3 Transitions on pseudo elements is currently available on Firefox & IE10 only. On rest of the browsers it degrades gracefully without any transition. Though the good news is that it will be coming soon on webkit also (landed in Chrome 26 beta).
###Try it out: http://kushagragour.in/lab/hint/
Download one of the 2 library version:
- [unminified] : https://raw.github.com/chinchang/hint.css/master/hint.css
- [minified] : https://raw.github.com/chinchang/hint.css/master/hint.min.css
And include it in the HEAD of your page:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="hint.css"></link>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="hint.min.css"></link>
Any element on your page which needs to have a tooltip has to be given at least one of the position classes:
hint--right to position the tooltip.
Hello Sir, <span class="hint--bottom">hover me.</span>
The tooltip text needs to be given using the
data-hint attribute on that element.
Hello Sir, <span class="hint--bottom" data-hint="Thank you!">hover me.</span>
[ Note: The
hint class is no more required and is deprecated. Tooltip is shown on elements which have the
data-hint attribute instead.]
Use it with other available modifiers in various combinations. Available modifiers:
Check out some examples at http://kushagragour.in/lab/hint/
Who's Using This?
Are you using hint.css in your awesome project too? Let us know on the mailing list.
hint.css is developed in SASS and the source files can be found in the
If you would like to create more types of tooltips/ fix bugs/ enhance the library etc. you are more than welcome to submit your pull requests.
See the Changelog
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Copyright (c) 2013 Kushagra Gour Licensed under the MIT license.