|Dec 8, 2008, 01:20 PM||#1|
Hiding URL title="text" on mouse over?
Ok, strange conundrum. I am using Lightbox to the point where Ive hidden alot of html within the "title" variable of the the <a> link tag.
So, whenever you hover over the image you would click to bring up a lightbox, you see the title text...which in my case happens to be a few hundred characters of html...and not, say, "Image of a Frog" as it would normally be.
How do I either hide or change what is displayed on mouseover? Java, css, html whatever, something simple though, would be nice.
I may have put myself into a corner by doing what ive done to the lightbox html, but it works otherwise just fine.
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