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CSS

Eric Nevitt
Eric Nevitt
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Image caption hover

I am looking for a tutorial where I can add an image caption hover to my site. I have found some, but they either aren't what I'm looking for or have too many options. I'm looking for just a small bar with the name of the the website when you hover over the picture.

1 Answer

Eric Nevitt

You can use title attribute in image element to get name of the website when user hovers over the image. Technically you will have mention the name of your website as a value to title attribute. when users hover over image it will display the value of the title attribute.

Something like this

<img src="image.jpg" title="www.example.com" alt="iage desc">

I hope i answer your question