The History of html image hover text
- March 22, 2022
I’ve been using the html image hover text to add a little more emphasis to my text, but it’s also an excellent way to add your own text to the image. I can use this text in any of my images, whether I’m using them within an HTML document or not.
This is one of those little hacks that I’ve been using for a while, but I actually have a few good reasons for why it’s a good thing to use. The first is that you can use either a CSS class or an id. Since I use a CSS class there’s no extra work involved in changing the hover text on my images when I want it.
Since I am using an element ID within my CSS class, I can simply change the hover text from my image using the ID of the element with the class. The second reason is that since I use a CSS class, there is no need to write the hover text twice. This method is very flexible and easy to use.
Another way to use an element id is to use the id selector. If you wanted to use the ID of the whole element (e.g.
h2,h2#someh2,h2#someh2.someh2,h2#someh2.someh2#stuff, you can simply use the class selector.
One more way to use an ID is to simply use the word “id” followed by a space. This is called an ID selector.
A class selector has the advantage of being able to select many classes at once. This is particularly useful when you want to change the background or color of the element.
ID and class selectors are also very useful when you want to change the background or color of the element. There are a few key things to remember about these selectors. When you are using the id selector, be sure to keep that ID in the same place in the same document as the element you are selecting. This will allow you to later change the background while keeping the ID.