jQuery Clean and Simple Tooltips: gips

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108 Responses

  1. Mahesh says:

    Hi,

    How to increase the height of gips body dynamically? At the same time, the tip positions should be changed. When the description in tooltip is more, the body should increase its height.

    Thank you

  2. Great plugin! I’m a firm believer in utilizing tooltips on web forms for enhanced usability. I’ll give gips a try!

  3. Steven Donea says:

    A very neat effect, can I use the plug-in for navigation menus, or only for styling textboxes?

  4. Herschle says:

    Hi, how could i make the tooltip show on hover and hide the tooltip when i remove the mouse over?

  5. Sarfraz says:

    Thank you for sharing such a useful plugin. It saved a lot of my time.

    I have placed three textboxes in a row and applied gips on the last textbox, I am having a position issue. Please refer to this link for more details:

    http://www.greepit.com/gips-demo

    Looking forward for your reply.
    Thanks!

  6. Dorababu says:

    Hi what should I do if I would like to do like this, on hover i would like to show just a tool tip with out close button on clicking I would like to pop up a tool tip with close button .

  7. Sefa OZMEN says:

    Hi Dear…
    Thanks for all works.. I liked all..
    Bu I want ask a question; How can I use gips with mouseover or OnBlur mode..??
    for example I want use;

    Best Regards.

  8. Rodel says:

    I tried using this in my MVC application. However, it only works on IE. Doesn’t seem to work on Chrome and Firefox. What am I missing?

  9. Very straightforward solution. I like the markup too.
    Most tooltip solutions require tons of BS to go through so I will give this a go in my next project. :)

  10. Ant Ekşiler says:

    Hi there,

    I suggest you do not use an image for the close tag. Its hard to style it using CSS. I suggest you use something like to add the close button.

    • Thanks for the valuable suggestion. I’ll definitely incorporate it in to gips.

    • JoshW says:

      I agree. I’m keeping all my icons in a single sprite sheet to reduce http requests. I’ve changed line 18 in the plugin to be a span, then I’ve used a background image in the CSS (+width and height). I’d also recommend getting rid of all the extra space in the css for all the single declarations.

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