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Thread began 2/08/2012 10:36 am by JamieEff | Last modified 2/08/2012 4:21 pm by JamieEff | 422 views | 3 replies |

JamieEff

hiding image title and description

Is there a way to hide the pop up which has the camera icon, image title and descrition when you hover on it?

Cheers

Jamie

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JamieEff

ok, so have found it in the grid+lightbox gallery.js but dont know how to disable it.....

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the gallery.js file, find the following code:

//tooltips
this.tips = new Tips(this.thumbs.images, {
className: 'pg-gl-tip',
offset: {'x': -125, 'y': 20},
windowPadding: {'x': 125, 'y': 125}
});



and change it to:

//tooltips
/*this.tips = new Tips(this.thumbs.images, {
className: 'pg-gl-tip',
offset: {'x': -125, 'y': 20},
windowPadding: {'x': 125, 'y': 125}
});*/
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JamieEff

Hey Jason

thanks for that.... had managed to find that but it doesnt get rid of the alt attribute so there is still a popup which actually looks pretty messy...

have found my workaround which is to modify the css relevant to the gallery i created and in the .pg-gl-tip visibility:hidden which has done the job for me entirely.

Cheers and all the best

Jamie

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