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50 Awesomely Useful Yet Free jQuery Tooltip Plugins

 

Tooltips are used to inform the users about the expected results of a button or option and are particularly helpful in making them learn how to use a product, software and website. Fundamentally tooltips are employed to put up additional information on website. With the help of jQuery, where loads of developers have achieved amazing and incredible results, now you can also create visually appealing and fully functional tooltips.

In this assortment, we are going to share a collection of some useful jQuery Tooltip Plugins. jQuery is the most well-liked technology applied throughout websites development in an enormous range at the present time. Tooltips plugins furnishes facilities to acquire more information or details on mouse hover or click events, links and on words as well like Infolinks. Moreover this technology also has employed to show notification message. Enjoy!

Side Navigation Tooltip / Popup Bubble

Side Navigation Tooltip

TipTip

TipTip

jQuery Tooltip

jQuery Tooltip

jQuery Tooltip Plugin

qTip

qTip

Build a Better Tooltip with jQuery Awesomeness

Build a Better Tooltip with jQuery Awesomeness

Easiest Tooltip and Image Preview Using jQuery

Easiest Tooltip and Image Preview Using jQuery

Coda Popup Bubbles

Coda Popup Bubbles

BetterTip

BetterTip

jQuery Ajax Tooltip

jQuery Ajax Tooltip

JQUERY (MB)TOOLTIP

JQUERY (MB)TOOLTIP

jQuery & CSS Tooltip

jQuery & CSS Tooltip

Tooltips with CSS and jQuery

Tooltips with CSS and jQuery

jQuery Image Tooltips

jGrowl

jGrowl

Sticky Tooltip

BsTip

BsTip

jQuery Horizontal Tooltips Menu Tutorials

BsTip

EZPZ Tooltip

EZPZ Tooltip

Tipster

Pop!

Pop!

5 Tooltips by DHTMLGoodies

5 Tooltips by DHTMLGoodies

Cool DHTML Tooltip II

Multiline Tooltip with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Multiline Tooltip with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Form field hints with CSS Tooltips

Form field hints with CSS Tooltips

SuperNotes

SuperNotes

CSS Tooltips

CSS Tooltips

DHTML Tooltips

DHTML Tooltips

Unobtrusive and Slightly Accessible CSS Tool Tips

Unobtrusive and Slightly Accessible CSS Tool Tips on Semi Transparent CSS Menus

Balloon Tooltip Demonstration

Balloon Tooltip Demonstration

Information Balloon PopUps

Information Balloon PopUps

WP – Bubble Tooltips

WP - Bubble Tooltips

Nice Titles Revised

Nice Titles Revised

Prototip 2

Prototip 2

jTip

jTip

Create a Digg-style post sharing tool with jQuery

Create a Digg-style post sharing tool with jQuery

HelpBalloon

HelpBalloon

jQuery plugin: Tooltip

jQuery plugin: Tooltip

overLIB

overLIB

Pure CSS Tooltips

Pure CSS Tooltips

Animated Tooltip JavaScript

Animated Tooltip JavaScript

CSS Tooltips using generated content and HTML5

CSS Tooltips using generated content and HTML5

Tips

Tips

Mobile Tooltip Widget for GWT

Mobile Tooltip Widget for GWT

BeautyTips

BeautyTips

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50 Awesomely Useful Yet Free jQuery Tooltip Plugins
Akhter
Mon, 05 Dec 2011 15:26:06 GMT

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