Here you can find instructions for setting up a very basic feedback form using just a few lines of CSS and Java Script.
The form will appear in a modal (popup) with the background greyed out. The form is contained in a DIV identified as attribute on the first input field works in Safari, Chrome and Opera in setting focus on that field when the modal window is displayed.
For custom buttons, use an array containing the captions of the buttons to display: [‘My button 1’, ‘My button 2’]. Note that when the dialog box is closed as a result of clicking a button, the “on Close” event is triggered and the callback function (if any) receives as argument the caption of the clicked button.
See the comments for the “on Close” event below for more information.
Zebra_Dialog is a small, compact (one Java Script file, no dependencies other than j Query 1.4.1 ) and highly configurable j Query plugin for creating modal responsive dialog boxes, meant to replace native Java Script “alert” and “confirmation” dialog boxes, and built using the j Query Plugin Boilerplate.
Can also be used as a notification widget (when configured to show no buttons and to close automatically) for updates or errors, without distracting users from their browser experience by displaying obtrusive alerts.
Tooltips' appearance can be easily customized both through Java Script and/or CSS.
Tooltips can be aligned left, center or right, relative to the parent element.
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Zebra_Tooltips uses NO IMAGES and falls back gracefully for browsers that don't support all the fancy stuff; also, tooltips can be attached to any element not just anchor tags!
Works in all major browsers (Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer 6 ) Shows the tooltip attached to the element or the elements given as argument.
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