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Use a seperate site to get input

P: 144

I know my question seems odd, but I seriously have no idea how to call this (or how to search on google)

I have a textfield on the main page, and next to it is a small link. I want that if people click on the link a small popup should appear (not the problem). In that popup the user can click on an item and that item will be filled in the main window textfield.

Does that sounds logic at all?

Thx in advance
Mar 20 '08 #1
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You can, if I understand with a quick read. Use hover to make a hidden element 'display:visible' that will contain your link.
Mar 20 '08 #2

P: 144
I used a seperate div that gets loaded when the use clicks on the link. Then the data is easy to add.

thx for your answer, it was the push forward I needed
Mar 21 '08 #3

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