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<a href="#terms" rel="facebox">Terms</a> Loads the #terms div in the box
I do not want to load an external page, but only display something that I would like to prerender (and hide) on that page so that I can use a fancy popup for it.
That's what I've tried so far:
The script at the end opens an empty popup.
Clicking the link opens the current page in the popup
The beginning of the jquery.popup.js shows that information:
This is a highly modified version. Does it mean its functionality is stripped down that far? Why?
Is it possible to use something like an alias classname in order to quickly test if the "original" version could be used as a drop in replacement?
Since it is possible to open an empty popup, it should be possible to add some div contents to that empty box, shouldn't it? In order to do so, the popup creation must be observed, but how should I know if I have to insert div#this or div#that?