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How do I disable a page behind a pop-up?

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I creating a pop-up audit application for my company and when the application runs it is suppose to prevent the user from using the web page until the audit is complete. I was wondering if anyone knows how to do that or could point me to a reference that might help?

The pop-up is a wizard, which means the pop-up is part of the page and not a separate window. I don't know is that helps but it is some more information about what i am trying to do.
Feb 24 '11 #1

✓ answered by Dormilich

what you want is a "modal window". depending on the browser you may code it using browser extensions (like Mozilla’s XUL). otherwise you usually span the viewport with an Element (e.g. <div>) and inside that make your audit.

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Dormilich
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what you want is a "modal window". depending on the browser you may code it using browser extensions (like Mozilla’s XUL). otherwise you usually span the viewport with an Element (e.g. <div>) and inside that make your audit.
Feb 24 '11 #2

P: 19
Thanks that is exactly what I was looking for
Feb 24 '11 #3

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