When we point a mouse pointer to a link then in the bottom of a page in a browser we see an URI of that link.
So the question is: is there any way to substitute this link information in a browser description of that link while original href address stay unmodified?
There is a similar question How can Google search change the location in a URL tooltip? in which explains how to show one href address and while clicking replace the address by another one, but my question is about solving the same problem but from the other side: how to substitute link description or how to modify original href in such way that the link description will be partly shown, for example:
in this case browser will show "coolsite.com" and link will point to that site.
<a href="cooliste.com some magic symbols:badsite.com">Coolsite.com</a>
but in this case browser will show "coolsite.com" however it will point to "badsite.com", is it possible? In other words can it be achieved by modifying
a html tag without using JS event handlers as it made at Google question above?