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[IPS] (MT32)IP.Content HoverCards

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Posted 26 December 2011 - 06:45 PM

This IP.Content Ajax Module Allows You to Easily add Content Record HoverCard previews.
Includes 2 IP.Content Blocks Showcasing this Functionality and usage thereof.
Included is the ability to define your own skin template/group, and define the database utilized in the javascript snippet via database id or key.
Utilizes the native IPB HoverCard, so no extra script includes needed.
Simple enough implementation for the coding novice to utilize easily, but with the flexibility to allow advanced usages with custom skin templates.
No need for javascript callbacks, or extensive measures to define the pop-up record content.
View Permissions are honored throughout.
Works with any IP.Content database... shows fields specified to show in listings that are user-editable and not empty on the record.

Note: cross-domain usage is untested and will very likely not work.

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