WEB css questions

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  1. AnoesisX

    AnoesisX New Member

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    Is their a way i can enable anti aliasing on a font? Also i have a link that when you hover over it it shows the html code instead of the title of the pic.
    note the links opens up lightbox gallery on both but the one that shows the html on the hover box (title pop up, dont know what u call it)
    one that works
    Code:
    <div id="text3"><a href="images/print/worldsupremacy.jpg" rel="lightbox[Print]" title="Album Art: DJ poop">print<span>&raquo;advertising, posters, album art, express yourself.</span></a> 
    one that doesn't
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    <div id="text2">
                <a href="images/web/rachelle.jpg" rel="lightbox[web]" title='<a href="http://www.xxxxx.com">blah portfolio</a>'>web<span>&raquo;you imagine, we create.</span></a>
    the only difference is that the one that doesnt work is that there is a html link in light box window for each pic
     
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    AnoesisX New Member

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    Is their a way to take the alts and turn the hover yellow box off
     
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    kingtoad OT Supporter

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    It's displaying the HTML code because you have HTML in the title attribute. Remove the title attribute if you don't want to display the "hover yellow boxes". You cannot control anti-aliasing in HTML/CSS.
     
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    But i need the text in the lightbox to have a link in them.
     

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