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    I was directed from CSS and html to post here.
    I am developing one web page and need some help with it. I am still new in programing and developing, but know the basic.

    I am building a user login panel and want to make something like on this two pictures attached where login panel kind a pop up when you pres on "LOGIN".. Is there any script available that look like this pop up login panel or can someone please explain how to make this..




    Thank you in advance for any help,
    Alerte

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    Junior Member EJay's Avatar
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    If you can get the div in with a "display:none;", you can utilize jQuery's various effect functions such as FadeIn(). There are plenty of others that involve sliding or dropping, so check it out through the search function.

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    Well I know it should be done by jQuery and to use javascript:void(0), but still have problems with implementing this..This Fadeln() effect uses fade in and fade out, but I don't know that it is what I am searching for..

    Does anyone know any script with this popup panel or some tutorial?

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    You didn't find the tutorial I posted for you on HTML help useful, but maybe this one will work for you: http://css-tricks.com/modal-login-pages/

    If not, you could always try Google...
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    I didnt saw your post.. This is nice, with some modification it will fit my needs..

    Thanks


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