Show Title from Header-Picture on MouseOver
AnonymousDecember 21, 2011 at 4:26 pm #21539
Title of the image will show upon you hover on image. So you can use it to show copyright info.
Thats right, but i think i’ve described my problem in a wrong way. I’m talking about the Picture in the header.
I think in the header.php it is referenced in $header_img the page-source is generated with <div id=”header” style=”background-image:url(<?php echo $header_img; ?>);”>
The result is <div id=”header” style=”background-image:url(http://blog.kladt.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/suchlupe-960×198.jpg);”>
I think, this should be <div id=”header” style=”background-image:url(http://blog.kladt.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/suchlupe-960×198.jpg alt=TEXT1″ title=”TEXT2″);”> to display something on MouseOver. I think, TEXT1 should be something like <?php echo $header_alt; ?> and TEXT2 <?php echo $header_title; ?>
BUT I’M NOT SURE. I don’t have experiences in programming PHP and scripting CSS or HTML.
Furthermore i’ld like to link the header-background images to a special copyright-page, not to the homepage.
AnonymousDecember 21, 2011 at 10:05 pm #21541
You’re on the right track. I don’t think there is an easy way to add a title attribute to the header image without hard-coding. Which means you will need to manually make the adjustment everytime a new graphene version is released.
I keep a log of any changes I make to core files. So, when it’s time to update, I know what I have to go back and change. I don’t reccomend this for the average user… but for the more advanced, this is the workaround I have used.
Question… are you using only one header image? If you are rotating header images, it’s going to be difficult coding each one to show a different hover text.
I try to use a unique header for every post. It should have something to do with the posts content.
I also think it is hard coding. And i think there will be only two lines to include. As i understand, the problem is, that the banner is a background-image and not a normal image with special size. Normal images will show their title, but with background images, this behaviour normaly don’t make sense and isn’t implemented.
At last there are 3 questions:
1 – how to get the background-image title
2 – how to get background-image alt-tag
3 – how to show the title in MouseOver-Window. That seems to be not a regular option for background-images. As workarround i have the idea to show a normal blank, transparent image in the same area. Then MouseOver will show the tag belonging to it and the background-image.ModMod
You might want to look at this plugin:
Not sure if it will work for you, but it’s a start.Mod
Okay, that’s good, because you can easily add a title attribute to a featured image.
$header_imgis a PHP variable. If you look at Graphene’s functions.php file, it’s defined on lines 1862-1866:
$header_img = get_the_post_thumbnail( $post_id, 'post-thumbnail' );
$header_img = explode( '" class="', $header_img);
$header_img = $header_img;
$header_img = explode( 'src="', $header_img);
$header_img = $header_img; // only the url
So the question may be how to redefine this function in a child theme to include the title attribute.
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