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I've seen some people using dynamic tool tips that I assume use the API (as they call the item/BLASDHFAHSFDAJSKDFS.json) in a class in the link. However, I can't seem to find the source JS/CSS for these, or get them to work. The closest I've found is this:
However, I'm not able to get that to do anything for me. It is the a copy of the same thing on diabloprogress.com
Does anyone have any examples or information they can provide on how to get these set up for their sites?
Edited by Kieble#1634 on 8/30/2012 11:55 AM PDT
Yeah, I already checked your stuff out from earlier (profiles look great BTW). However, someone has a script that is already pulling everything in the diablo 3 styling, so just trying to figure out what they are doing. It looks like everyone is using that JS i linked, but I can't figure out how they are doing it.
Edited by Kieble#1634 on 8/30/2012 3:40 PM PDT
If you look in the <head> tag on the profile pages you can get a list of all the CSS files they are using.
Im guessing you want to look at /d3/static/css/tooltips.css?v51, and maybe
Yeah, i tried pulling both of those down locally and attempted to run them using the same classes/ids for items, but to no avail. I'm guessing there is a backend parser that gets all the item information or something but I can't figure it out. And given that multiple sites are using the same tool tips, i'm assuming there is a lib or project out there, so was hoping someone could point me to the right direction of it.
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