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Tooltips allow you to provide hover text, like a glossary. Hover on this text to see an example.

To create Tooltips, select some text, right-click, and choose  Insert > Tooltip  .

In the editor ribbon, update the Tooltip text with the desired pop-up text. Many elements, such as links, additionally have a tooltip option that can be enabled. Click on the Tooltip button to enable or disable the pop-up.

The tooltip editor in the inline editor ribbon.

Styling Tooltips

If you would like all tooltips styled in the same way, you can edit the book's custom CSS and access the tooltips with div#chapter-container [data-toggle=tooltip].


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