Log into Archives Space using your eid and the password "[email protected]!" Refer to DACS (Describing Archives: A Content Standard) i.A brief history of DACS DACS was adopted in 2004 by the Society of American Archivists, the oldest and largest archival association in North America, to serve as its official standard of rules for describing archival materials. Recommended Reading For students who wish to understand DACS more thoroughly, I would recommend looking at the following links: The SAA's description of DACS A book review of DACS UNC Libraries Wiki (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Libraries' wiki, discussing how to apply DACS to their collections.
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Therefore, it is not possible to properly control tooltips for disabled elements, since we need to listen to events to determine when to show and hide the tooltip.
As a result, j Query UI does not guarantee any level of support for tooltips attached to disabled elements.