Disjointed CSS

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

Quite often I need to be in two places at the same time but it’s just not possible in the real world. Luckily however this doesn’t apply to some CSS techniques and in this article we will explore an often used CSS technique that allows portions of the same element to appear to be somewhere else.

If you are unsure of what I mean then take a look at this tooltip example.

CSS ToolTip

As you can see from the example above as soon as you rollover the anchor link a nice little tooltip box appears. I’m sure many of you know how this is done already but we’ll just explain the basics a little before we move on to some more interesting examples.


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