Turns an element into a popover.
It can be used on any HTML element that makes sense as a popover.
The attribute can have any of the following values:
- The popover exhibits the standard behavior explained at The Popover API: concepts and usage.
- Manual popovers cannot be light dismissed, they can only be dismissed by an explicit trigger element (created for example using
hidePopOver()), and they don't automatically dismiss previously-shown popovers.
<p id="my-popover" popover>Hello!</p>
<p id="my-popover" popover="auto">Hello!</p>
<p id="my-popover" popover="manual">Hello!</p>
- The Popover API is planned for launch in Chrome 110, available in stable in early February 2023 (check the Chrome Roadmap for updates).
- It is enabled by default in Chrome Canary for local testing.
- Register for the Origin Trial if you want to test it in a production environment. Read Getting started with Chrome's origin trials for more information.
- There is a polyfill available at https://github.com/oddbird/popup-polyfill.