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Chardin.js is a jQuery plugin that creates a simple overlay to display instructions on existent elements. It is inspired by the recent Gmail new composer tour. Add the instructions to your elements. Text to show with the instructions/tooltip. data-position: (left, top, right, bottom), where to place the text with respect to the element. In addition, you can alter the relative position of the tooltip text by placing a colon and a percentage value (-100 to 100) after the position text, eg "top:-50". This will slide the tooltip along the length or height of the element away from the center. If you want to increase the distance of the tooltip from the element, you can do it by placing a comma and a percentage value (100, 200, 300, 400 or 500) after the tooltip offset, eg "top:0,200". This will shift the tooltip to be twice farther away from the element than by default.
- You can run Chardin in sequenced mode
- The default sequence is as loaded by the DOM, but this can be overridden
- Once you have your elements ready, initialize the library and assign it to a button that the user will click to show the overlay
- If you would rather run ChardinJs confined to a particular container (instead of using the whole document) you can change body to some other selector.
- You may also refresh instructions overlay any time to reflect whatever changes happened to the underlying page elements since the instructions overlay has been displayed
- You can trigger it when the sequential option moves to the previous element
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