The tooltip has twelve different options to position it around the target. Also, you can configure the Tooltip to follow or not follow the mouse. To position the tip pointer, there are four options: Right, left, top, and bottom.
The tooltip intelligently auto positions its content and arrows. It will fit in the best location of the view port or container.
You can load dynamic content for Tooltip on demand using an AJAX callback.
The tooltip shows and hides animations that are completely customizable. You can include animation effect, duration, and delay. You can also control transition effects at the application level.
Using templates, the tooltip content is loaded with inline HTML, images, iframe, videos, and maps. You can also add a title to the content.
You can control show and hide triggers of the tooltip using auto, hover, click, focus, and custom modes. Implement your own custom mode to control the show and hide behaviors.
By default, the Tooltip will show and hide when hovering in and out. You can stop the show and hide triggers and make the Tooltip visible always.
You can show tooltips on hover, click, touch, and focus of any element.
You can completely customize the tooltip using CSS.
You just need message and target element to make the tooltip fully functional. It will work out of the box. However, it provides many options to change the position, animation, and appearance.
The Tooltip responds to screen size and adapts its contents to fit any touch device. It recognizes touch gestures, displays the message when performing touch and hold action. It will hide after 1500ms. This provides the best user experience for touch devices such as phones, tablets, and desktops.
Tooltip supports both SVG and canvas elements. Users can directly attach tooltips to <svg> or <canvas> elements to show data visualization elements.
Fully supports WAI-ARIA accessibility to make it accessible to screen readers and assistive devices.
Based on the WCAG 2.0 standard, UI element visuals such as foreground color, background color, line spacing, text, and images are designed.
Follows WAI-ARIA best practices best practices for implementing keyboard interaction.
In Tooltip, you have control over all the UI elements and its behaviors. It provides the best user experience to users through a rich set of developer-friendly APIs.