I am using Twitter Bootstrap–and I am not a frontend developer! However, it's making the process almost–dare I say–fun!
After poking around on their source, I realized that fields with tooltips need to be in a class and have the following code run.
But now my question is, why doesn't Twitter Bootstrap provide such a class
tooltip? Just to allow greater configuration? Is it better to add the individual elements with tooltips to
tooltipclass, or should I add the surrounding area to
tooltipclass? Does it matter if I use a class identifier (
.class) instead of a name identifier (