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Overall Rating: 3.6
|LiLChief on Jun 6, 2001 at 6:15:53 AM||Rating: 1|
|A popup window would be nice. But the description says "Learn how to make a ONe-time popup window" But doesnt. How are you supposed to know how to make one? This one is very GAY|
|tmckain on Sep 19, 2000 at 1:02:50 AM||Rating: 2|
pop-up windows can gather great responses, but it's akin to a sales person running up to you and spraying cologne on you with no warning.
if information design is executed in extensible and user-respectable fashion, pop-ups are unecessary unless the user requests it. a practice that will be coming into fashion very shortly--its about time.
|kenan on Sep 18, 2000 at 1:01:01 AM||Rating: 5|
|biolight on Jul 13, 2000 at 11:38:51 PM||Rating: 1|
Very poor. Dude, this is about the WORST way to generate a popup window you can do. You really should be doing all of this on the client side, for server load, page speed and also because of the afore mentioned cache problem.
Remember, you can write a solution which is CROSS platform (it's actually easier to execute than this!), and not reliant on any operating system (shocking! not tied to an operating system!!!).
Popups are a fabrication of the business internet. On some of the large e-commerce projects I have worked on (like McAfee.com) we saw a 12-15 % boost in subsription when we put a popup on the home page. Sorry, but that translates into the thousands and thousands of dollars.
best to you all! Remember, if your work is limited to a certain language and platform, it's not a solution, it's a headache. fight for open standards (this is coming from a former MS head who realized that MS is brainwashing developers).
|ButtonDE on Jun 13, 2000 at 2:07:06 PM||Rating: 3|
|bobf on Jun 12, 2000 at 10:59:12 AM||Rating: 4|
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