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Submitted on: 9/14/2011 4:46:07 PM
By: Gregory Nozik  
Level: Intermediate
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Compatibility: JavaScript
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     One of my projects was developed on prototype java-script framework. I needed to write a functionality to show tool tip . I started to look in the prototype framework if they already have it. Unfortunately I did not find any component . I started to goggle it and did not found anything as well.

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				I wrote my class that aimed to show tool tip . In constructor class receiving following parameters.
elementOb - The parent element to show tip
tool_tip - Tool tip message
width - Tooltip width
height - Tooltip height
Simple?
In order to setup a css class for the tool tip need to define a css style with the
.toolTip className.
To use it need to write the code below.
var toolTipMessage = "The message is showing tooltip.Please change and play with it";
var toolTip = new Tooltip($('tblToolTip'),toolTipMessage);

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