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Author: Mohamed Karmastaji | Website: http://www.hawkuae.com

Step 3: Adding the Java Script function to the HTML file:

This is how you to add the java script function to the HTML file:

  • Locate the HTML file you got from publishing the your movie.

  • Right Click on the file > Open With > Notepad

You will see the HTML source of the page that contain your movie. Don't get scared! On the second line you will see on the next line after you will paste the code you copied from the tool above. so you will have something like this:

In the notepad and after pasting the code go to File > Save.

That's all, Open your HTML file and Click on the button and enjoy the popup window.

If you have any question please feel free to email me: hawkuae@yaoo.com

Good Luck!

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2002-09-19
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