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The tooltip tests do not pass when the tooltip is added using the d3 element - append(title) - can tooltip not be added this way?
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No, but yours appear to be correct if they did work. You can search the forums for more details, but you should try a
You can read about
title elements in the standard here. Since they are handled at the discretion of the user-agent and there seems to be a non-configurable transition time, they are not able to be made to work for these tests. They are also required to have
display: none set in the user-agent stylesheet with highest priority and I see nothing indicating that that is changed if the user-agent renders the tooltip. So the tests can’t seem them if you use a
Thanks for the response. But, if this not a standard, as previous posts have mentioned, the course should certainly add that information. I see lot of people write the code with the append(title) feature.
title tag is a way to add extra information like in a tooltip. The W3 standard I linked to is quite explicit in that browsers may render it and probably should render it as a tool tip if they do. Which means it’s not required to be rendered, and hence not suitable to purpose for these tests. So you have to find another way; no course can cover everything.
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