tips - CSS tooltips!

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Tooltips shouldn't be complicated and they shouldn't do more than what's absolutely necessary. If your tooltips need to do more than just supply a small snippet of info then consider your design or consider using something like a popover component instead maybe. ##No JavaScript required! Tooltips should be simple and as such, so is this implementation.



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