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I would like to have an alert message show when the intro page loads. Is it possible to have a hyperlink in the message?

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Never seen a hyperlink in an alert message; can you use another web window through window.open() if you need a hyperlink?
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As Brian said, you could use a popup to do this, or you could use a div that dynamically appears onLoad.

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Thanks guys,

I think I'll go with using an OnLoad event handler

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