Couldn't you just populate a form with the data, all placed into hidden fields, then POST the data to the pop-up window and pass it on that way? You'd have to make the "more" link a submit button as well as code the pop-up to display the variables that were passed... -- Boris Mann http://www.bmannconsulting.com On Friday, July 5, 2002, at 08:39 AM, Tony Crockford wrote: > >>> I want to have a pop up window linked from a page, but not >>> have to create a separate page to contain the content of the pop up. >>> >>> How can I add data from a database to a template page so that >>> the data is not displayed but used in a pop up window when >>> the viewer clicks the "more" link. >> >> you might want to take a look at overlib: >> http://www.bosrup.com/web/overlib/ >> >> benji >> inchima.com > > Thanks, looks very promising but not supported by Opera, I was hoping > for a > more cross browser compatible solution. Am I wishing too much?