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Name:owb pukapuka
Title:Origyn Web Browser, webkit, CSS capable
Owner:Not assigned
URL:http://www.sand-labs.org/owb
Created:20080831 19:05 by orgin
 Issue details
Type:SuggestionSeverity:Minor
Status:ClosedStatus Comment:
Title:Alt attribute support
Version:3.21
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joergRe: Alt attribute support20091225 03:22
I really don't know if this is a request for you or for the Sand-Labs team aniway it seems that OWB lack completely the HTML "Alt" attribute support
It's of course supported. Do you have an example where it doesn't work?

For more info (but I believe that you doesn't need) read this small article on Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt_attribute
Did you read the part about the IE bug there? I guess you are testing something with such a broken browser and expect OWB to have the same bug ...
samo79Re: Alt attribute support20091225 03:29
@joerg

I can't found a site where it's work, maybe you talk about certain Javascript technic that doing something similar

Try this page and pass with the mouse above the image:

http://www.qimmagine.it/intro.html

This is the interested part:

<img src="test.jpg" width="142" height="220" alt="test" title="etst" />

P.S.
The second "title" attribute is for NetScape 4.x compatibility and it doing the same thing, aniway it doesn't work too if i try to remove it
joergRe: Alt attribute support20091225 03:38
@samo79

Try this page and pass with the mouse above the image:

http://www.qimmagine.it/intro.html
To test the alt attribute you have to remove the image from the server.
To display tootips, in the AmigaOS port of OWB they are displayed in the status bar, the title attribute is required and it's working here.

P.S.
The second "title" attribute is for NetScape 4.x compatibility
"Title" is something completely different than "alt", and there probably was nothing wrong in NetScape 4.x. Other browsers, for example old versions of IE and AWeb, handle the alt attribute wrong.
samo79Re: Alt attribute support20091225 03:47
@joerg

Ops you are right, maybe a lot of drink tonight :-)))
Aniway on Firefox or MSIE they are displayed as tooltips and honestly I prefer this way, is it possible to implement somethings similar ?

Ah before forgot, merry Xmas Joerg :-D

joergRe: Alt attribute support20100408 01:54
@samo79

Aniway on Firefox or MSIE they are displayed as tooltips and honestly I prefer this way, is it possible to implement somethings similar ?
Only if I reimplement the OWB GUI using the ReAction window.class instead of using intuition windows, but such a change is too much work currently.
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