Sometimes when you hover over text links or menus, a tooltip pops up containing the text from the title attribute. Generally this does not look very good, and can obscure page links and navigation links in drop down menus. This plugin will improve accessibility by removing the tooltips for the title attributes that WordPress automatically adds to your website.
The title attributes remain in the page for search engine friendliness.
There are no configuration options, simply install and activate.
- Download the plugin.
- Upload the plugin to your plugins directory.
- Activate the plugin.
As is, this plugin is incompatible with Yoast SEO. But you can fix this by: Edit no-title-tooltips/no-title-tooltips.php and delete the last few empty (!) lines. This way Yoast's xml sitemap will be generated without an extra line at the beginning.
Hasn't been updated in a little while, but still seems to work just fine. Thanks!!
Works well, but unfortunately, it seems to work by disabling the Titles or Alt Text attribute altogether (though it says it remains in the page)? Was hoping it would work in a way that it would disable the tooltip popup when mouseover/hovering an image thumbnail... but still keep the attribute so that they could still exist as a caption within a lightbox of a clicked image. Right now, activating this plugin also removes them (which I use as a descriptive caption) from my image lightboxes.
Из-за вашего обновления я не мог несколько дней зайти на свой сайт через административную панель. Зашел только после удаления ВАШЕГО плагина.