These are a group of plugins that style the title attribute of anchors. They are very easy to use. Just add them to a layout and you are done.
Currently I have black, white, red, and blue colors. If you would like other colors to be added just modify the style sheet and send me a copy. Or better yet, just create a new plugin with your style and add it to gpEasy's plugins.
There are two ways to trigger the gadget/plugin. One utilizes the class="vtip" to trigger the tool tip while the other will automatically add the tool tip to any anchor (link) element with a title attribute; therefore, when you add the gadget to a layout all link titles will be styled with the vTip tool tip style, and if there is a title that is not a link just add the class="vtip" to that element to have it styled with the vTip tool tip.
This gpEasy CMS plugin was developed from the jQuery vTip plugin. Please visit their page for more information about the jQuery vTip plugin.
With other JS
HTML In Title
vTip is not compatible with title attributes that contain HTML. Most users will never use HTML in the title attribute however, in gpEasy some users may use HTML in Colorbox's captions. Since Colorbox's caption is the title attribute vTip will break those titles on hover. If this is the situation for you it is best to use the vTip Class plugins for the layouts you will be using Colorbox with. You can then style all other sections with the class vTip and exclude gallery images. The gadget now works with HTML in the title attribute.
Displays differently in IE
This really is not a bug or issue as much as it is that IE lacks the support for the css to display the tool tip with all the styles the other browsers can. Therefore, certain stylings have been adjusted to make it look as good as possible for IE. . . but it still looks poor compared to Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.
One gadget per layout
As is the case with all gpEasy gadgets, you can only apply one gadget per layout. Adding multiple gadgets of the same plugin to a layout will most likely cause an error. This can often be caused by themes that use the get all gadgets output function. Check via "edit layouts" to make sure that you only have one version of the gadget per layout. Note that gpEasy 2.2 solves this issue.
If you believe there is a bug please contact me with specifics. It has been tested with the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and IE6+