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Test<body> <p><!-- A simple popup trigger link --> <a class="popup" href="#popup1">Popup</a> <!-- Trigger links can reference the same popup --> <a class="popup" href="#popup1">Same Popup</a></p> <p><!-- An ajax popup is as simple using a real URL --> <a class="popup" href="./ajax.html">Ajax</a></p> <p><a class="popup" href="#search">Input</a></p> <p><a id="manual"></a>Manual</p> <p><a id="alert"></a>Alert</p> <p><a id="confirm"></a>Confirm</p> <p><a id="dialog"></a>Dialog</p> <!-- This window will be shown when the page loads --> <!-- Commonly inline popups set their display to "none" and may also specify their width --> <div class="popup" id="popup1" style="display: none"> <div class="popup_title">Popup Window</div> <div class="popup_content"> <p>Wow! You just clicked on a link.</p> <p><!-- Elements with the "close_popup" class will hide the popup --> <a class="close_popup">Close</a></p> </div> </div> <div class="popup" id="search" style="display: none"> <div class="popup_title">Search</div> <div class="popup_content"> <form> <p><!-- The first input element on a form will receive the focus when shown --> <input id="query" name="query" type="text" value="" /></p> <p><!-- Demonstrates using the Element.closePopup() function instead of a "close_link" class --> <a>Close</a></p> </form> </div> </div> <div class="popup" id="mpopup" style="display: none; width: 24em;"> <div class="popup_title">Manual Popup Window</div> <div class="popup_content"> <p>This window was created by manually creating a popup window object with:</p> <pre style="font-size: 120%"><code>var popup = new Popup.Window('mpopup'); popup.show();</code></pre> <p><!-- Elements with the "close_popup" class will hide the popup --> <a class="close_popup">Close</a></p> </div> </div> </body>
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