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MVC View rectangle size and center?  Instead of default full screen,

Posted on 2014-01-12
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Is there a way to make the browser display a view on top of the current view, but limited in size to 1/4 the screen?  Much like a splash screen or a alert box.

Thanks for your input.
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You can use jQuery dialog box in which you can render your HTML.
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Thank you for your reply.  I was hoping for a way that could be applied to existing views with minimal changes to the views.  I will leave the question open a little long.
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There does not seem to be another way.
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