Tailwind CSS Tooltip - React

Customise your web projects with an easy-to-use and responsive Tailwind CSS tooltip!

A tooltip is a small pop-up element that appears while the user moves the mouse pointer over an element. Use it when you want to specify extra information about something when the user moves the mouse pointer over an element.

See below our example that will help you create a simple tooltip for your React project.

import { Tooltip, Button } from "@material-tailwind/react";
export default function Example() {
  return (
    <Tooltip content="Material Tailwind">
      <Button variant="gradient">Show Tooltip</Button>


The following props are available for the tooltip component. These are the custom props that come with we've added for the tooltip component and you can use all the other native props as well.

openbooleanMakes the tooltip open, when tooltip is controlledundefined
handlerfunctionChange open state for controlled tooltipundefined
contentnodeAdd content for tooltipundefined
interactivebooleanMake tooltip interactivefalse
placementPlacementChange tooltip placementtop
offsetOffsetChange tooltip offset from it's handler5
dismissDismissChange dismiss listeners when clicking outsideundefined
animateAnimateChange tooltip animationundefined
classNamestringAdd custom className for tooltip''
childrennodeThe element that tooltip will reference toNo default value its a required prop.


type placement =
  | "top"
  | "top-start"
  | "top-end"
  | "right"
  | "right-start"
  | "right-end"
  | "bottom"
  | "bottom-start"
  | "bottom-end"
  | "left"
  | "left-start"
  | "left-end";
type offset =
  | number
  | {
      mainAxis?: number;
      crossAxis?: number;
      alignmentAxis?: number | null;
type dismiss = {
  enabled?: boolean;
  escapeKey?: boolean;
  referencePointerDown?: boolean;
  outsidePointerDown?: boolean;
  ancestorScroll?: boolean;
  bubbles?: boolean;
type animate = {
  mount?: Object;
  unmount?: Object;
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