Knowledge Base support case for Likno Web Modal Windows Builder, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.

Initial Email From:
Initial Email Subject: Application Feedback
Support Case Month: April 2012

F3 Page The last of the options for closing a window should adopt the name set by the user but remains fixed at \"likno-modal-project-close\"

and the \"click\" option

Reply From:
Likno Customer Support

Dear John,

Thanks for the feedback! This was a simple refresh issue, and it is fixed in the new release that I just uploaded.

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Reply From: John


That is great.

I have a question, or rather, there is something I want to achieve with a modal window which presently it will not do (I think)

I have a modal window called befair. It has a short statement saying I promise I will not take pictures from this area. That part is going to be tarted up with IP numbers etc.  I removed all via the screen abilities to close the modal window and I moved the CLOSE link to the bottom centre and re-worded it to say "I Agree" I then set the window so that it would not return for 14 days.  All of it is in working order but it does not do what I want. I'm sure your thinking it so before you say it, yes I know this will not stop the experienced from taking anything they like.

If the user simply refreshes the underlying page the modal window does not appear and the "I Agree" was not used. The point of the exercise is lost.

What I would like to do is using the same kind of window, force it to re-appear UNTIL the user clicks "I Agree", the Close option, and then not appear again for the specified number of days. At the moment it seems that the cookie is set the moment the modal window is created. It would be nice if you could create the cookie after the modal window close event is triggered by one of the preferred methods. What do you think ?

Best Wishes, John

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear John,

If I understand correctly, you want to have a window that will not constantly reopen until you check "I agree" and then close it?

Then you need to:

1) set the "agree" checkbox as follows:

<input type="checkbox" class="lwmw_noreopen" lwmw_noreopen_period="14" style="vertical-align: -3px;"/> I Agree

2) set the “After Close” to re-open the window right after it closes:

open close modal window settings

Let me know if this worked and send me a URL to check if it doesn’t.

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