Poplogin start automatically on pageload

Thanks for thie poplogin extension it looks great! I just have one question which hopefully you can help with ... How can I make poplogin trigger (popup) automatically when a non-registered user or guest visits my site? thank you!
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  • Replied by ronysyz on Saturday, November 17 2012, 12:11 AM
    Hello goody,

    Thanks for your feedback
    But Unfortunately there is no such function at the moment. We're sorry

    Regards

     
  • Replied by sikumbang on Sunday, November 18 2012, 12:21 PM · Hide· #1
    Hi goody,
    IMO I don't think that "popping up the login form when non-registered user visiting your website" is a good idea. It can be very annoying :) Why you want to do that?
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  • Replied by goody on Monday, November 19 2012, 11:04 AM · Hide· #2
    Its a business website not available to the public, so people visiting the site have to login or register before they can access the rest of the website once they have it goes away. I liked the idea of a semi-transparent view of the website underneath the login so visitors can have a glimpse but not actually use it until they have signed up or logged in.

    otherwise yes it would be really annoying lol
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  • Replied by sikumbang on Monday, November 19 2012, 11:48 AM · Hide· #3
    Ah I see, but I think it's still not a good approach to use javascript as a content protection, because visitors can bypassing it by disabling javascript on their browser. I'd rather to suggest you to apply this kind of protection in the template level :)
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  • Replied by goody on Monday, November 19 2012, 12:34 PM · Hide· #4
    sounds like a plan, thank you :)

    i'll give it a go!
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    Replied by Felixnedina on Saturday, November 21 2020, 09:08 AM · Hide· #5
    Thank you for sharing this post, I get a lot from it. I appreciate your work.
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