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Steven, we’re getting to the end of our law firm deployment for which you’ve helped us navigate through hurdles. This may be the last one: We’re trying to determine if we can pop a modal window with a disclaimer that must be accepted before the mailto: launches. It would be similar to how clicking on this attorney’s email works http://www.haynesboone.com/people/a/addleman-kit We’ve used the EasyModal plugin before, but the question is how or what file we’d need to integrate the behavior for profiles and directory. Potentially just knowing where the “get email address block” is located.
I took a look at the site… They seem to be using this for popups. But i suppose you could use script to create them.
What I would suggest is too hook into this filter and output your own custom HTML for the email row which adds the code needed for the popup.
Hope that helps!
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