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"Reparent" Content Into a Div?

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I'm pretty new to JS, so this may be impossible, but I'll ask anyway.

When my user mouses over certain elements in my ASP.NET page, I'd like to pop up a div which contains dynamic content from another URL.

I don't want to pop up another browser window, because this div needs to be actually *on* my page (printable and all that).

For instance, is there any way to basically "open" another page but "reparent" its content to this div's boundaries?  Alternately, could this div contain an <img> which is itself referencing this other URL?

If the latter method is my only hope for a solution, I assume that that URL needs to reference image content only, right?  I mean, I couldn't have this div's img referencing tables, rows, cells, other images, etc., right?

Basically, is there any way to have a div containing the (dynamic) content sourced from another URL?

Thanks.

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