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  1. Hello, I am currently building a website. I would like to have a page preview for the internal links. But I have no idea how that works. I imagine that as the page preview of Wikipedia. If you move the mouse over a link, the image and the first words of the site are displayed in a tooltip. Here is a link https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Page_Previews Does anyone have an idea how to realize this? Have googled a lot and found nothing. Many Thanks
  2. If you look at www.cleantelligent.com/tour, you will see active, working tooltips that are stylish and useful. They are purely CSS without any JS or jQuery.We have moved to a WordPress install and I am trying to copy and paste code from our live site to our beta.cleantelligent.com/tour So far, everything is great, until these tool tips. For some reason, the CSS is not being read across.Is this a WordPress issue? Is it reading my code differently?
  3. Hi everyone I've been browsing w3schools forums and I love how helpful you all are, so before I say anything else, I'd like to thank you all for being so kind to people who ask really noobish questions ^^ Well, I read the guidelines as I didn't want to post anything inappropriate, and found I was allowed to include a link to a personal website as long as it doesn't compete with w3school's tutorials, which I am finding to be incredibly useful. The website I am working on (and own) is www.slashff.com, where "slashff" stands for "slash forfeit" as it is a League of Legends website. Unfortunately
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