Here is my static web site that I am converting to be responsive. www.EZorbCalcium.com
and in the middle panel "EZorb Resource Library" click on any of the book icons. They will open in a Modal Window and some with tabs for more than one page.
If that is what you have done tell me in detail how you did it.
Purpose of using modal window, my clients are elderly and most get lost clicking on links. By being able to see main page in background they feel more comfortable.
Wayan Jaya wrote: Wayan Jaya wrote:
Larry Penny wrote:
Using the component Modal window in FF I need to know how to get it to pull in a html page located in another folder. ZURB displays a bunch of code. What do you do with that?
Seems a bit strange to want a page thats in a folder on your site to come up as a modal window on a different page (assuming same site)
I would guess (never done it before though) that you would place an html element into the modal container, same as you would do with a normal container, that does mean however that the page wouldn't be in another folder, unless within the html element you put the code for an iframe to the page (again not sure thats possible though either)
Just tested it out it works no problem, just needs a little bit of fiddleing about with css and other essential files if it's not part of the same project, if its same project then works fine without