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Aug 31, 2010

I'm playing with a modal Dialog of ericmartin (simplemodal) which I found at this url: [URL]

It's called "Confirm override". This function is called through a click on the button or on the link. Now I want to call this function onload I dont' have really a clue, how to manipulate the current script to make the correct changes.

Imho this is the code snippet, which calls the popup through a click.

jQuery(function ($) {
$('#confirm-dialog input.confirm, #confirm-dialog a.confirm').click(function (e) {
e.preventDefault();
// example of calling the confirm function

[Code].....

how to make the popup via "onload".

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// C# code I inserted above the body tag on my aspx page:

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