JQuery :: DIV Appear Above Link For User Login OnClick?
May 25, 2010
I want a hidden div that will have a html form for login and I have a link I want when the user click the link the div appear above the link so the user can login. I have this code (I am using Codeigniter framework I think it has nothing to do).
<div id="loginControl" >
// echo anchor('login/signup','Create Account');
</div><a href="#" id="login">Login</a>
(I don't know if I can apply an id to a link) and this is mi Jquery script and I know I am wrong.
I want the login link to be the only that launch the jquery event and show my loginControl Div
I am sure it can be done but I am certain not this way.
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