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Pop-up message

I new to the html thing (3 days).  I working on a sharepoint site.  Its a intranet  site.  I add a html web part to the page, then use HTML to develop my page.

I've used an alert code,it's not what I'm looking for.  What I'm trying to is have a welcome message with my boss picture pop-up when the main page is accessed for the first time with his welcome spill.

Any ideas?  I don't really know where to start of this one....
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wrmichaelCommented:
In modern HTML practices you can use a hidden "DIV" for this type of effect.

Check out this and see if it matches the behavior you want.

http://www.no-margin-for-errors.com/blog/2010/09/28/tutorial-opening-custom-content-in-prettyphoto/
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Curt_HasanAuthor Commented:
Like I said, I'm new to this.  You link has me a little confused.  All I'm trying to do is has a pop-up message or page for the user to see upon opening the a page.

I want the message to contain a picture in the upper left-corner of the message under the banner.

Please see the attached code that was attempted.
POPUP.txt
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wrmichaelCommented:
In general popups are taboo.  

But if that's the effect you want:

http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_win_createpopup.asp

W3schools is a great resource for learning.

To do this only on the first visit you would need to learn cookies.  But cookies can be cleared so they may see it again, especially if they use private browsing.

I missed that this is share point on my first read,  a share point API may exist but I don't know.   See if another expert knows share point specificly.
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Curt_HasanAuthor Commented:
This answer did get me closer to what I want. and website was extremely useful.
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
even if the question is already closed:
1. You should have added SharePoint topic ;-)
2. Proper way of opening dialogs in SharePoint is the usage of the built-in library
SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog
like here:
http://www.wawawum.com/blog/post/SharePoint-Modal-Dialog-from-HTML.aspx
(alternative would be to upload the content in an HTML file to a document library and use the URL option of the modaldialog)

KR
Rainer
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Curt_HasanAuthor Commented:
Hi.
If write my welcome message in HTML file and save it in document library and use the URL option that will display and close the message upon click?  This option seem simplest.

I've never utilized this feature, how do I get start?  Also, the website's example illustrate using a string.  My message is two short paragraphs.

Please advise...
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