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How to display message after you click a link bar button

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One of my link bar buttons isn't ready yet to go to the page.  i dont want to take it off the link bar... How can I make a message appear like

This area isn't finished

when a user clicks a specific button on the link bar.. say a button titled "Availability"

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Question by:Shaft960
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coreybryant earned 500 total points
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Why don't you just link it to a page that says this area isn't fnished?

-Corey
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by:Shaft960
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I didn't want to do that but I did that last night as a last resort.  Thank you.  

Could you check out my other question.  That is more important to me.

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