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The main launch trigger for each of the 10 tools is the ScrollView trigger. However, as a built-in feature of the tools, you can also choose to launch the windows via a Link Click and/or a Page Exit (where possible). See the "Launch Trigger" options list of each tool to see all of its available Launch Trigger options.

In our preview pages below, the scroll windows are triggered by 'ScrollView'.


1) Cover Windows

Cover Windows look and function similar to traditional "Popup" windows except instead of opening in a separate window, they open over the page inside of an "iframe" and cannot be blocked by Popup Blockers.

2) Dialog Windows

Dialog Windows look and function similar to traditional "Popup" windows except instead of opening in a separate window, they open in a Web Page Dialog box and are currently not blocked by most Popup Blockers.


3) Popup/Popunder Windows

These are the traditional "Popup" windows that open in a separate window. You can launch both Popup and Popunder windows.


4) Full Windows

These are simply full browser windows with all of the default attributes (i.e., titlebar, statusbar, etc.).


5) Confirm Windows

Confirm Windows command attention by requiring visitors to either accept your offer (by clicking the OK button) or decline your offer (by clicking the Cancel button). Whenever someone clicks the OK button, the URL of your choice will load in either a separate window or the current window.

6) Subscribe Windows

Subscribe Windows command attention by requiring visitors to either sign up for your list (by clicking the OK button) or not sign up for your list (by clicking the Cancel button).


7) Mail Windows

Mail Windows command attention by requiring visitors to either sign up for your list (by clicking the OK button) or not sign up for your list (by clicking the Cancel button). Whenever someone clicks the OK button, the visitor's default email client will load a New Mail window prefilled with the recipient(s), subject line, and message body of your choice. Then the visitor simply clicks Send to send the message to the recipient(s).


8) Bookmark Windows

Bookmark Windows command attention by requiring visitors to either agree to bookmark your site (by clicking the OK button) or decline (by clicking the Cancel button). Whenever someone clicks the OK button, the "Add To Favorites" window will open. Then the person simply clicks OK to bookmark your site.


9) Home Page Windows

Home Page Windows command attention by requiring visitors to either agree to set your site as their Home Page (by clicking the OK button) or decline (by clicking the Cancel button). Whenever someone clicks the OK button, the "Would you like to set your Home Page to..." window will open. Then the person simply clicks OK to instantly set your site as his/her Home Page.


10) Alert Windows

Alert Windows command attention by requiring visitors to view a text message of your choice before they can do any other tasks on the current page. They must click the OK button to close the Alert Window.

 

 

 
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