[thelist] Accepting Terms before download?

Chris at globet.com Chris at globet.com
Tue Jul 18 03:13:36 CDT 2006


> I suppose I could do this with JavaScript, but I'm wondering 
> if there is a better way (and a way that will work for those 
> with JS off). We're going to be offering some free PDF 
> downloads, but we want the users to accept terms of use 
> before they download them once they click the link. Aside 
> from JS, does anyone have any suggestions on how to do this?
> I want to avoid too much page flows, so I really don't want 
> to add extra pages. Ideally, they see a list of links, click 
> one - accept the notice (best would be a nicely styled DIV 
> instead of a popup) and then the download would commence.

Why not just have a notice at the top of the page stating that by
clicking on any of the links below, the user is accepting the
[link]Terms and Conditions[/link]?


Chris Marsh
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