There are times when you need to give your website’s users more information, but simply don’t have enough page real estate. You can always include links to other pages, but in many cases, the most convenient approach is to add a simple WordPress tooltip that displays all the information users need.With a WordPress tooltip, also called a CSS hover tooltip, all the information visitors need is right there by ‘mousing over’ the right element.In this article, we’ll show you some of our favorite examples of CSS hover tooltips in action. Then we’ll teach you how to add them to your website with and without plugins.Let’s dig in!An introduction to CSS hover tooltipsThe concept of a WordPress tooltip is simple. They’re floating containers that ‘pop-up’ when you mouse over specific elements.Usually, hover tooltips provide additional information you don’t want to include in the original design.For example, if you’re building a pricing table, tooltips can help you break…
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