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Need to embed PDF in a modal window for terms aceptance of use of a portal

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Oh dear guys!
I Need to embed PDF in a modal window for terms aceptance of use of a portal.

please you experts!
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by:Dave Baldwin
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I don't see how that can work.  A 'modal' is part of the current HTML page and PDF is not HTML.  It requires a PDF viewer.  While some web browsers include PDF viewers, they are never on the same page as the link to the PDF.
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by:Ernesto
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How to achive, a huge textbox whit an aceptance button at the end!! whit a scroll!

teach me!
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thats it
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