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Classic ASP VBScript - Hide Lightbox/Fancybox TITLE from HTML5 tooltip

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Hello, all.

Not sure which "Topic" to use, but since the page is in ASP, I'll start there, and include a couple of other "Topics".

I have an art gallery (

I am using an art gallery template called "Final Tiles Gallery" that uses Magnific lightbox and there is also a little Fancybox on the page.  (I know it's messy, but that's what I have to work with at the moment).

So, all is fine, except the TITLE (That I have to use for the lightbox to display my social icons at the bottom) displays in the HTML 5 tooltip.

I have tried to search online for how to remove/replace it, but I'm just not getting it to work.

Here is the snippet from my ASP repeat region, displaying the thumbs:
(I have the TITLE with a div for all my social icons to display at the bottom of the lightbox)

<% while not rsImages.EOF%>

                    <article class="tile ftg-<%=(rsImages.Fields.Item("imageCatClass").Value)%>">

                        <a target='_blank' class="tile-inner" href="<%=(rsImages.Fields.Item("imagePath").Value)%>" title="<div><a href='<%=siteurl%>'><img class='fancybox' src='images/fb-icon1.jpg''width='25' height='25' /></a><a href='<%=twitterurl%>' ><img class='fancybox' src='images/twitter-icon.jpg''width='25' height='25' /></a><a href='<%=tumblrurl%>'><img class='fancybox' src='images/tumblr-icon.jpg''width='25' height='25' /></a><a href='<%=redditurl%>'><img class='fancybox' src='images/reddit-icon.jpg''width='25' height='25' /></a><a href='<%=googleurl%>'><img class='fancybox' src='images/google-plus-icon.png''width='25' height='25' /></a></div>">
                            <img class="item" src="<%=Replace((rsImages.Fields.Item("imagePath").Value),".","_thumb.")%>" />



How can I get the TITLE to not pop up in the tooltip, or to hide it from the tooltip?

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