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GreyBox

Amir Salihefendic Mar 21, 2008

General

This technique allows you to open a modal window, which is like a pop-up window, but doesn't actually open another window/tab. It does not conflict with pop-up blockers. Easy to set-up and use. The style is controlled through CSS. This is great for launching other Web pages or image galleries. Full documentation is included.

Note: Due to the inclusion of several different files, the script is only available in a zip file.

Download the zip file here


Demonstration:

Notes

  • Created by: Amir Salihefendic
  • Web Site: http://amix.dk/
  • Posted: March 21, 2008

Complete installation instructions and examples are included in the downloaded file.

Source Code

Note: Due to the inclusion of several different files, the script is only available in a zip file.

Download the zip file here

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(11 comments)

Your question is beyond the scope of these comments. You will need to post it over on [a href="http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=3"]the JavaScript forum[/a]. You can also check the author's web site. They have a nice FAQ and discussion list Thanks!

Lee Oct 31, 2008

Congratullations!! It looks very nice.[br /]However, I'm having problems to make it run.[br /][br /]Laura

laura Sep 11, 2008

I like this function, however I currently use a similar function but when a user is logged into our https site the function generates a SECURITY error saying the info has secure and non-secure items. Can this be resolved or will a IE user ALWAYS see this error when clicking the link in a https environment.[br /][br /]Please advise because this pop up is much cooler, but is not usable if it errors in a https site.

Tami Dorraugh Jun 27, 2008

There should be a "close" button in the upper right-hand corner. If not, you can check the forums on the author's site.

Lee Jun 26, 2008

Yes, just add it to the "title" attribute, as shown in the documentation.

Lee Jun 26, 2008