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DIV Tooltips via the "title" attribute

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 05, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I'm a bit confused about something . . . I was looking for a way to add tooltips to a DIV element, one of which exists within the ItemTemplate and SelectedItemTemplate elements of a ListView control I've implemented.  I did some research and found a jQuery PlugIn for tooltips that makes use of the "title" attribute in an HTML element to add a tooltip to that element.I do use jQuery in my project but have not yet implemented that plugin.  Yet, when I assigned a test "title" attribute to the DIVs in question, suddenly I had tooltips with them!!!How is this possible?  My understanding is that this is not standard functionality with HTML.  Has Microsoft per chance made it the default behavior with ASP.net web pages?Most curious,Robert

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