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Hi,

I have a list of 6 client logos which i have changed so that they have jquery popups as you hover over them.

http://www.bluebean.org.uk/sites/bigcreative/

I have them working but as floated <a> links. The issue i have is that the box appears above the centre of each one, so if you hover over the first or last logo then the box could be cut off by the screen, depending on how its being viewed. Is there a way i can prevent this also add in the same effect that is used on the bottom of the following page, so it follows the cursor and has a bounce to it?

https://www.tsohost.com/

Thanks,
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Scott Fell,  EE MVE earned 1500 total points
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Instead of reinventing the wheel as they say, I have used qtip for a number of years http://qtip2.com/   There is a function to keep the tip inside the viewport http://qtip2.com/plugins#viewport

$('.selector').qtip({
    content: {
        text: 'If I go off-screen, my positioning corners will adjust. Resize your browser window to see!'
    },
    position: {
        viewport: $(window)
    }
});

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You can style the tip as you like with css.   It is worth checking out.
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