Our guild is capped at 80, and working on WotLK progression. Therefore, the default raid progression module doesn't work for us.
I'm trying to create a custom content module for our raid progression, and as you can see if you look at the site, I have copied the code from the default module into a a page, and set the page as the custom content widget. The default Progression module is on the top left of the page, and the custom one that I'm working on is below it.
Problem: In the custom module, the tootips are not working, nor are the tabs at the top for 10m/25m content. Can anyone tell me how to make the tooltips display in the custom content module? I haven't changed the raid titles or pictures to WotLK content yet, since if I can't get the tooltips working there's no point in moving forward.
Notes: Please don't direct me to the post about creating a custom module for Dragon Soul. I've already looked at it and determined that I don't like the layout of it.
One problem I can see turning up is the trophy case, as the old bosses are not offered there either. One way to approach this would be to make yours without attaching it to anything, and fill it in manually. You'll have less code as nothing will be calling on other information. You can build your own tips for mouse over etc.
I am using another style of progression and i'll glue in what I have as I have actually changed my tooltip, you can compare it to yours.
I don't even care about the trophy case. I wasn't planning on actually leaving that default progression page visible to anyone anyway. The code you have looks like the custom code for Dragon Soul that I've been directed to elsewhere in this forum, which I don't like the layout of.
I've been working on modifying the code you shared for Dragon Soul all afternoon. It's working the way I want it to, but it's a long road.
Thanks for the help.
ETA: If you want to see what it looks like now, you can visit the site: http://sanitys-demise.wowstead.com/
Thanks--I'm not that great at CSS/HTML--I do more of a hack and slash job than anything else, so I was really happy that I finally figured it out. This was the "deal maker or breaker" for us to stay with wowstead.com for our guild hosting. The rest of the features are awesome, and so much easier to use than our other site. Thanks for the help all. :-)