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    Load popover iframe on website


    Hello,

    I am going to implement created form from MailChimp.com on my website, which isn't running on any system, it's just static website. When somebody enter my website first time, there will be mail form. So it isn't pop-up, but popover (floating object in the middle of website loading content from external website (mailchimp)).

    I was looking for some jQuery, but didn't see nothing that will solve my problem.

    Can you help me or give a source?

    Thank you very much,
    Jiri
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    Originally Posted by MaxEisley
    Hello,

    I am going to implement created form from MailChimp.com on my website, which isn't running on any system, it's just static website. When somebody enter my website first time, there will be mail form. So it isn't pop-up, but popover (floating object in the middle of website loading content from external website (mailchimp)).

    I was looking for some jQuery, but didn't see nothing that will solve my problem.

    Can you help me or give a source?

    Thank you very much,
    Jiri
    I'm not sure what you mean.
    Do you want a popup containing contents of another website ?

    Can you give a little more info ?

    Léon
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    Yes, but it is not popup, but popover (it means it will not be blocked by browser).

    Popup isn't part o active windows and it's a new windows so many browsers block it. Popover is part o website and not new windows and many browsers primary don't block it.
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    Originally Posted by MaxEisley
    Yes, but it is not popup, but popover (it means it will not be blocked by browser).

    Popup isn't part o active windows and it's a new windows so many browsers block it. Popover is part o website and not new windows and many browsers primary don't block it.
    If an e-mail form is everything you want you can simply make your own.
    It's not hard if you know some PHP.

    I'm not home today so I'll help you out tomorrow again !

    Léon
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    I don't understand you. I need to load iframe (Mailchimp signup form) in popover. That's all. I don't want to create personal mailing system, Mailchimp is cool in that.
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    I think by "popover" you're referring to what is more commonly called a "lightbox" script.

    I recommend that you check out Colorbox and "jQuery Tools: Overlay".
    http://www.jacklmoore.com/colorbox
    http://jquerytools.org/demos/overlay/
    http://jquerytools.org/documentation/overlay/
    https://github.com/jquerytools/jquerytools
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    Yes it is, thanks you very much ! )

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