- Lynx-like folk, please go to another node.
- HTML purists, please go to another node.
- DHTML haters, please go to another node.
The product I work on at my company is called RiskGrades, and we have a lot of terms and statistics that require definition or explanation for most folk. So to help them, we have little mouse-over help texts pop up when you move your mouse over the highlighted word. We're making this a feature you can turn off, so that learned folk needn't be bothered.
Well, this morning, converter sent me a message about one of my nodes. There was no context, though, that let me know what the node was about. So I had to click on the link to see. Call me lazy or impatient, but I'd like it if links had "alt" attributes in the same way that images do. That would allow me to just hover over the link and find out the name of the node (assuming the node was created with a node_id, instead of a node name).
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