Today will be the first part of a 2-part series. Ultimately, weâ€™ll be drawing information from a database to create an advanced tooltip. Today, weâ€™ll start with the layout and the basic functionality. It shouldnâ€™t be too different from what we did in Day 11. In Part 2, weâ€™ll use jQuery to call a PHP method asynchronously, and then populate the tooltip.
Author: Jeffrey Way
Hi, Iâ€™m Jeff. Iâ€™m the editor of Theme Forest. I spend too much time in front of the computer and find myself telling my fianceâ€™, â€Weâ€™ll go in 5 minutes!â€ far too often. I just canâ€™t go out to dinner while Iâ€™m still producing FireBug errorsâ€¦drives me crazy. I love jQuery, PHP, MYSQL, CSS, AJAX â€“ pretty much anything. If it will keep you in the good graces of the church, on Twitter.