Tooltips are usually created and triggered with JavaScript. But, CSS is now powerful enough to handle a simple tooltip functionality itself. Hint.css is a tooltip library that is built with SASS and only uses CSS + HTML.

The library uses

data

attribute,

content

property, pseudo elements and CSS3 transitions.

Hint.css

Tooltips are simple-yet-good looking, has arrows and can be positioned on any side of the parent element.

And, they don’t have to be visible only when hovered but can be set as “always showing” too.

Compatibility: All Modern BrowsersWebsite: https://kushagra.dev/lab/hint/
Download: https://github.com/chinchang/hint.css

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