This article is the first from our “SEO series” we intend to write this week. The articles from this category will cover SEO tips from our good friend Claudiu Murariu and helpful information about today’s analytics and optimization tools available on the web. The elements in a site’s header, or so called <HEAD></HEAD>, is ignored [...]
The ‘imgPreview’ plugin allows your users to preview an image before clicking on it and, out of necessity, will preload the image so when a user does click through to it there is no waiting time!
The image preview shows up in a tooltip-like box appearing alongside the user’s cursor when hovering over a link. The plugin is entirely unobtrusive; it does not require any hooks to target specific links (no non-semantic classes); it will automatically detect the anchors that are linking to images and will only apply the preview effect to them.
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