Forum Settings
       
1 2 3 4 5 6 Next »
Reply To Thread

Tooltips FeedbackFollow

#127 Nov 15 2017 at 5:28 PM Rating: Excellent
ailuvian wrote:
Austille wrote:
I'm having trouble getting this to work on my asp.net based website.
On my site.master I am adding this just above the </body> tag so it is being used on every page. I have verified that the page is correctly loading the js file through developer tools in firefox.

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://zam.zamimg.com/j/tooltips.js"></script>


I am creating links dynamically and they look like this:

<a href="#" data-lucy="item=1230">Carmine Pants</a>


Now from my understanding the above link should be changed into a valid Allakhazam link but that is not happening. Instead the link remains exactly the same, and obviously does nothing when clicked and provides no tool tip when hovered over. Am I missing a step or misunderstanding the usage instructions?

Edited, Feb 22nd 2016 3:08am by Austille

I am having this same problem. If the href="" doesn't point to allakhazam, there is no tooltip generated.


Where are you placing the script?
____________________________
Allakhazam Developer

For real time update information on Allakhazam, follow me on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/gidono
#129 Nov 15 2017 at 5:41 PM Rating: Decent
Avatar
5 posts
Fanra wrote:
However, if I view my wiki using https, the tooltips don't work. Although Jerek says, "Yes. The default code we list should automatically do HTTP or HTTPS protocol based on the current page, but you can also specify HTTPS in the URL to the script if you like.", I have been unable to get them to work.

I had the same problem with Magelo tooltips. It seems when they fixed their website to use https, now their tooltips work when my site is viewed with https (they don't work with http).

So, it appears the whole issue can be fixed if Allakaham would enable https. In 2017, it really is pretty much a must for websites.

Any estimate when Allakaham will start using https?
____________________________
Fanra
EverQuest Druid
everquest.fanra.info
#130 Nov 15 2017 at 6:03 PM Rating: Excellent
Fanra wrote:
Fanra wrote:
However, if I view my wiki using https, the tooltips don't work. Although Jerek says, "Yes. The default code we list should automatically do HTTP or HTTPS protocol based on the current page, but you can also specify HTTPS in the URL to the script if you like.", I have been unable to get them to work.

I had the same problem with Magelo tooltips. It seems when they fixed their website to use https, now their tooltips work when my site is viewed with https (they don't work with http).

So, it appears the whole issue can be fixed if Allakaham would enable https. In 2017, it really is pretty much a must for websites.

Any estimate when Allakaham will start using https?


I need to get me a free ssl cert some where so I can test it out locally on my dev machine. I don't have access to the live site.

I want to make sure that http and https both works. I'm looking at the code right in the javascript that all tooltips pulls from. It does have an entry for https in there but apparently it isn't working like it's supposed to.
____________________________
Allakhazam Developer

For real time update information on Allakhazam, follow me on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/gidono
#131 Nov 16 2017 at 3:55 PM Rating: Decent
Avatar
5 posts
Gidono wrote:
I need to get me a free ssl cert some where so I can test it out locally on my dev machine.

You can get a free SSL certificate from https://letsencrypt.org/

The only downside is you have to renew it every 90 days. Some web hosts will provide you with a free Let's Encrypt certificate, which I believe auto-renews (see your host).

Some other hosts provide a free SSL certificate just for hosting with them, sometimes only with the "Business" package or above, though.

My website, https://everquest.fanra.info has free SSL just by using CloudFlare as my CDN. I have the free CloudFlare service, so I get both a free CDN and the use of a free SSL certificate.

Let me know if I can do anything to help. Contact me directly at fanra@fanra.info.

Thanks.

____________________________
Fanra
EverQuest Druid
everquest.fanra.info
1 2 3 4 5 6 Next »
Reply To Thread

Colors Smileys Quote OriginalQuote Checked Help

 

Recent Visitors: 1 All times are in CST
Anonymous Guests (1)