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How do I make sure that some glossery words do NOT have a hover? 1 year 2 months ago #7348

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In other parts of the text the word must have a hover action to the glossery, but not in this specific heading. How do I change that?
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How do I make sure that some glossery words do NOT have a hover? 1 year 1 month ago #7361

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I've found a way but it's pretty hacky. Edit the source of your text:
<ul>
  <li><strong><span class="nogloss1">Een</span></strong>. Je kunt de student meteen aan het begin van de e-learning een interactie laten maken...</li>
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Then add a style to the page:
.nogloss1:after { content: " interactie"}
Seems to work!


Or - a bit easier - insert a character to break up the word, then hide the character:
<strong>Een inter<span style="display:none">~</span>actie</strong>. Je kunt...
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