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Hi experts,
    Can anyone show me how to display text with carriage return on each line of the text when my mouse is over the image. I know by putting in the "alt" and follow by the text works, but what I want is that I also want to break the text. got what I mean ?


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Split the text with hard carriage returns in your code:

<img src="animage.gif" width=50 height=35 alt="This is a line
and this is another
and this is yet another">
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