Tool Tip Recipe
A "tool tip" is a few words of explanatory text that you sometimes see pop up when your mouse hovers over an image, a link, etc. This Recipe serves a similar purpose, but enables the display of much more content than a simple tool tip.
The Tool Tip recipe enables you to change the content displayed in a part of your webpage based on the visitor moving their mouse over other parts of the page. For example, if your page has icons that can be clicked to perform a variety of functions, you could use this recipe to display an explanation of each function in a sidebar when the visitor moves the mouse over the corresponding icon.
Their are actually two Tool Tip Recipes: Tool Tip (Start), and Tool Tip (Add Another). Use Tool Tip (Start) when creating a new Trigger Set, and then Tool Tip (Add Another) to add another mouse over/content combination to that Trigger Set.
- ID of Element Mouse Is Over: the ID of the element (image, DIV, etc.) on your page associated with a particular piece of content. When the visitor moves their mouse over this element, the content of another element will change.
- ID of Element Content Goes In: the ID of the element whose content will be changed when the visitor moves their mouse over the other element. This will usually be something like a DIV or table cell. You will usually specify the same ID here for each "tool tip" in a Trigger Set.
- Content (HTML Code): the content to insert into the element specified above. This can be plain text -- it is not required to contain HTML code -- but it may also contain HTML tags.