„Pop-Up windows are a pain in the lower back to use. Years of abuse by advertisers, malicious attackers and phishing attempts have conditioned users to close them immediately or turn on their third party pop-up blocking tool or the browser option to do the same.
Yes, there is a difference between unsolicited pop-ups and pop-ups that are necessary for the web site to work. Or is there?
The main reason clients give us when they ask for pop-ups is that they „don’t want the users to leave the page“ and this is not reason enough to use a new browser instance.
With today’s scripting techniques you can keep the user on the site and avoid pop-ups. Just try it on this photo of a confused puppy or even a document containing Terms and Conditions.
DOMinclude is a script that creates this effect: If JavaScript is available the linked file gets shown in a new layer – if it is an image just as the image, if not inside an IFRAME. DOMinclude automatically positions the popup where the original link is and adds a text prefix to the original link telling the user how to hide the layer again.“

DOMinclude – Kissing Pop-Ups good-bye

DOMinclude – Kissing Pop-Ups good-bye

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