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As the attached screenshot shows, implementing e.g. the Jquery Thickbox UI dialog widget into my ADDT workflow was a no-brainer.
What you see here is a separate ADDT Insert Record form which opens in a modal thickbox window, while the main ADDT form (which has the "thickboxed" <a> tag) gets dimmed -- and what you don´t see here is that the "redirect after insert" page will be displayed in the same modal window too ;-)
you've provided mass mailing solution (mailchimp), MySQL dumps (logins), now this, you are a star!
you've provided mass mailing solution (mailchimp)
well, this is in fact something I certainly did not provide :-)
I wanted to do this for log in pages so Im glad I found this thread. I did it and it works, however, if someone puts in the wrong info and the validation comes into play, the log in form "redirects" out of the modal window when it shows you the errors. So, lets say I click on the link to log in. The thickbox modal window opens with the log in form in it, and I input the wrong username and click submit. This is where it bounces back to just the log in page and shows you the errors. Is there any way to keep it in modal box even if there are errors?
Anyone? Anyone at all?
Hello I too would dearly love to find a solution for the login error the previous poster is encountering. Regards Paul