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Show Subscribe Modal PopUp for Website in jQuery While Page Loading

Dec 6, 2012
Here I will explain how to show automatic popup for the users to subscribe for website when they visit the site first time while page load using
jQuery in

In previous posts I explained jQuery Highlight gridview rows on mouseover,
jQuery Change style of controls, Show multiple months in datepicker, and many articles relating to JQuery and modal popup. Now I will explain how to show automatic popup for the users to subscribe for website when they visit the site first time using jQuery in

Here we will use Colorbox.js and css files of colorbox lightbox effect  to show popup in website. During page loads we check to see if the cookie exists and hasn’t expired. If it’s expired or doesn’t exist we set the cookie to expire in 15 days, and we show the lightbox for that we need to write the code like this

<html xmlns="">
<title>Show Popup for your website users to Subscribe using jQuery</title>
<!-- Color Box CSS -->
<link media="screen" rel="stylesheet" target="_blank" href="css/colorbox.css" />
<!-- Style For the Subscription Box -->
<link media="screen" rel="stylesheet" target="_blank" href="css/popup.css" />
<script language="javascript" src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script language="javascript" src="js/colorbox.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
$("document").ready(function() {
// load the overlay
if (document.cookie.indexOf('visited=true') == -1) {
var fifteenDays = 1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * 15;
var expires = new Date((new Date()).valueOf() + fifteenDays);
document.cookie = "visited=true;expires=" + expires.toUTCString();
$.colorbox({ width: "580px", inline: true, href: "#subscribe_popup" });
$(".open_popup").colorbox({ width: "580px", inline: true, href: "#subscribe_popup" });

<form id="form1" runat="server">
<a href="#" class="open_popup">Click here to open the popup</a>

<!-- This contains the hidden content for inline calls for the subscribe box -->
<div style='display:none'>
<div id='subscribe_popup' style='padding:10px;'>
<h2 class="box-title">Never miss an update from</h2>
<h3 class="box-tagline">Get notified about the latest tutorials and downloads.</h3>
<!-- BEGIN #subs-container -->
<div id="subs-container" class="clearfix">
<!-- BEGIN .box-side -->
<div class="box-side left">
<div class="box-icon"><a class="email" target="_blank" href=""><img src="images/email.png"/></a></div>
<h4><a target="_blank" href="">Subscribe by Email</a></h4>
<h5>Get alerts directly into your inbox after each post and stay updated.</h5>
<a class="sub" target="_blank" href="" title="Subscribe Now!">Subscribe</a>
<!-- END .box-side -->
<div id="box-or">OR</div>
<!-- BEGIN .box-right -->
<div class="box-side right">
<div class="box-icon"><a class="rss" target="_blank" href=""><img src="images/rss.png"/></a></div>
<h4><a target="_blank" href="">Subscribe by RSS</a></h4>
<h5>Add our RSS to your feedreader to get regular updates from us.</h5>
<a class="sub" target="_blank" href="" title="Subscribe Now!">Subscribe</a>
<!-- END .box-side -->
<!-- BEGIN #subs-container -->
<!-- END subscribe popup-->
If you observe above code in header section I added “colorbox.js, colorbox.css, popup.css by using this plugin and css files we can show modal popup in website you can get those files by downloading attached sample or you can get it from this site jQuery show subscription popup.


Download Sample Attached

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Anonymous said...

its very nice code help lot thanks keep it up

shanti said...

hi this code very help full...... thank you...

Anonymous said...

Suresh u are greate...
you have explain very nice example,
it's vry helpfull to all developer...
nice man...

Satyam Shukla said...

suresh sir i am using this modal popup but asp:image button not working please help me soon.................

Anonymous said...

code behind of image button not working

Anonymous said...

Hi Suresh, I am facing problem using asp:imagebutton inside the modal popup, it is not firing. I have edited the colorbox.js file and then the asp:imagebutton start firing, but every time it is fired, the modal popup goes closed (using RegisterStartupScript from code behind also didnt worked).. please suggest me a way out.... Thank you..


Anonymous said...

hello i am facing this prob code behind of image button not working please reply what i am doing

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