Modal windows are intended to grab the user's full attention, once they are called from their parent window. Many interface designers have recently taken steps to make modal windows more obvious and user friendly by darkening the background behind the window or allowing any mouse click outside of the modal window to force the window to close.
Since version 1.1.8 of flashChart you now may show charts, images and other web-contents (html or text) within "modal windows".
Here are four samples, which have been created by flashChart (please cklick):
a chart in a modal window
- An image shown in a Shadowbox
HTML content in a Popup
- PHP-Application shown in a Shadowbox
For the use of modal windows within your articles you must have following prerequisits solved:
Provide HTTP-LinkFor the creation of a HTTP-link to your Popup window just code following flashChart Tags:
modal_chart - create a chart in a modal window (also will create a http-link to it within your article)
or data - type of popup window ("shadow_box" or "popup_window") title - this will be used to show up as a http-link within your article modal_title - if set a title will be displayed in head of popup url - this is the location (URL) of your web-resource for the popup window width - width of popup window in pixel height - height of popup window in pixel
All web-Resources for following 2 samples have been created by me and have been uploaded (via FTP) to my site. For displaying these popup windows please click link (the "sample image").