A tooltip allows you to add a lot in the user experience, and a jQuery tooltip does it the best.
These tooltips present us a great way to pour life in simple HTML content. They add dynamism and eye-catching value, and with the rise material design, such dynamics have become critical.
They are easy to do with little jQuery and CSS. You page gets attractive and users like interactive stuff on websites.
Tooltips are very helpful for users to point them in the right direction by displaying quick helps or instructions etc.
Here are some of the tutorials gathered from different sites.
Bubble Point Tooltips
One of the coolest tooltip designs around. This is inspired by Mac’s dock tooltip.
Simple Tooltip with jQuery
This tutorial teaches to add a simple, but effective tooltip on a link, paragraph, image, heading, button and input field.
Tipped is a jQuery and CSS tooltip library empowering you to create amazing tooltips in seconds… and of course, it is free.
Simple jQuery tooltip
This is a pretty cool, yet simple jQuery tooltip plugin.
Build a Better Tooltip with jQuery Awesomeness
I’m adding this tooltip not for the simplicity of the code but the final result. CSS designing is what impressed me.
Coda Popup Bubbles
This is a tutorial made by the creators of famous coding software, Coda.
jTip – The Jquery Tool Tip
This is a nicely designed jQuery tooltip if you want to add loads of data in the tooltip.
Responsive and Mobile-Friendly Tooltip
Even though most of the tooltips in this list do work on mobile devices, this one is especially made for that purpose.
jQuery Ajax Tooltip
I love the CSS part of this tutorial because that contains formatting for images, lists, table, links and all kinds of data.
jQuery Horizontal Tooltips Menu Tutorials
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