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How do you add an ALT attribute to a GWT Hyperlink?

 
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So, I was playing around with Google Web Toolkit hyperlinks, and I couldn't find a way to add an alt attribute to a Hyperlink. I just didn't seen anything there in the spec.

JavaDoc for Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Hyperlink Widget


For now, I've added a GWT-EXT ToolTip to the HyperLink, and it pretty much servers the same purpose. I was just wondering if this was the standard way of setting the alt attribute on a Google Web Toolkit Hyperlink, or if there was an easier way.


Panel panel = new Panel();
panel.setFrame(true);

Image image = new Image("images/silk/flag_green_s.png");
image.addStyleName("flag-green");
image.addClickHandler(new ClickHandler() {
@Override
public void onClick(ClickEvent event) {

}});
ToolTip tip1 = new ToolTip();
tip1.setHtml("Question " + i);
tip1.applyTo(panel);

panel.add(image);



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