by Rich Schwerdtfeger from IBM
People with dyslexia: often prefer not to have “tooltips” popping up, as they can be a serious distraction to the process of reading the text. If they have moved to a standards compliant browser to get away from the ALT attribute popping up in Internet Explorer, imagine how delighted they might be to find a site that has more TITLE “tooltips” than a leopard has spots.
a more and more seen bad practice, using
TITLE instead of
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the usage of tabindex and focus