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    The "title attribute" query

    Anyone know how to change the text size in the title attribute..?

    thanx...
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    Re: The "title attribute" query

    I think what you would need is to install a DHTML tooltip.
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    Re: The "title attribute" query

    Thanks - that could be the answer if I can get it to work with an image..

    It appears that all the examples show it only working with a link.

    This is what I started with :- <img src="image.gif" width=400 title="DASHER"> (unable to increase text size)

    This is what I have now :- <img src="image.gif" onmouseover="Tip('DASHER')" onmouseout="UnTip()"> (gives me two script errors both = "object expected")..

    I would like the "DASHER" to be size 28pt. instead of the default size (to be read by the little people that still believe)..

    here is the link to the page where it is needed - http://santajack.us/names.htm

    Would you know of an example which shows it used with an image instead of a link..
    Last edited by Glenvern; 03-24-2008 at 02:44 AM.
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    Re: The "title attribute" query

    This one says it works on any HTML elements.
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...tmltooltip.htm


    edited to add: Looks like you already have something working????
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    Re: The "title attribute" query

    Great - that works a treat

    (if you haven't seen it work before you can see it on the link I provided above)

    Next problem is to get it to play a sound file aswell, this can be seen on the last of the images on the page.
    I have to use the "title attribute" to show the text and the mouseover to play the sound, can't get both on the mouseover...
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