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Salve, vorrei chiedervi come fare per inserire un sistema di tooltip (suggerimento) sulla mia wiki.

Insomma come per wowwiki  o cosi in altre.. vorrei che ci  fosse la parola sottolineata da puntini per differenziarla dai link e col passaggio del mouse spunti una nuvoletta qualsiasi con il suggerimento.

Ma come si fà'? :(

Ho cercato in web e ho visto altre domande simili ma non ho trovato risposta :(

You might want to try the Italian forum. --  pecoes  00:15, November 29, 2012 (UTC) 

Tooltip wiki

Hi, I want to ask you how to insert a tooltip (hint) on my wiki.

So as to wowwiki or so in other .. I wish there was the word underlined by dots to differentiate it from the link and hover cues with a cloud with any suggestion.

But as it gets'? : (

I searched the web and I've seen similar questions but I have not found an answer: (

Google translated -- 03:20, November 29, 2012 (UTC)

Actually I don't understand that either. Where do you see tooltips in the Wowwiki? I checked the Italian and the English version and neither seems to use anything special in that regard. Can you clarify that a little? Or link to an example page where they do what you'd like to do? --  pecoes  14:29, November 29, 2012 (UTC) 
c:wowwiki:Rogue_quests. Hover over "[Blade of Cunning]" (green text). It'll pop out a box displaying content that was AJAX-ed from a different page via action=render. Dragon Age Wikia has something similar (Hover over item names), although their's just pulls content via a remarkably complex template system. These were where I got the idea for making Reference Popups support custom popups, although I didn't bother including an automatic AJAX engine which may have been a good idea in hindsight. Lunarity 22:40, November 29, 2012 (UTC)
That's pretty clever. It's not that complex though. Actually it's surprisingly simple. That's what makes it so clever :) --  pecoes  23:13, November 29, 2012 (UTC)