[Deploying Sakai] Confidentiality Form Pop-up

csev csev at umich.edu
Thu Jan 7 08:37:39 PST 2010


I don't know if this helps, but this feature:


Allows you to drop a bit of HTML into every page of a site.  I use it to hover a javascript-based chat client from olark.com on all the pages of my course sites (image attached).

My approach would be to have a bit of JS that checked to see if they accepted already and if not pop up a box on top of the content that demands that they accept the terms in an iframe.

The key is that you would have to make javascript do they work.


On Jan 7, 2010, at 11:27 AM, Nathan Finley wrote:

> All,
> I have an administrator asking if it is possible to force a confidentiality form to open or pop-up when a user first enters an organization site.  In addition, the user would click on an “Agree” button which would allow them to enter the site.  I have some ideas, but I’m not sure if this type of behavior can be duplicated in Sakai.  If anyone can offer some advice, I’d appreciate it.
> Thanks,
> Nathan
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