A client has a feature on her home page which is basically a changing piece of information, not unlike the Sitepoint Tip of the Day, except that it varies a great deal in length from item to item and may contain quotations and links as well as multiple paragraphs - or not. She was using a DHTML scroller for this, but it was taking up valuable screen real estate that she really needs to explain what is is that she does, and it slowed down the page which is attractive but a bit graphics heavy and not really designed for speed as it is. I didn't design it. Someone much more expensive did that.
Anyway, she agreed to go with an onclick pop-up window for the informational feature and that was all good, but now she'd like it to display different pieces randomly so that she can update when she gets the chance, but people will still get a variety of these pieces. I see a problem with using a random quote kind of script, in that she'd have to edit an array or text file that's really meant to handle smaller bits of information and she's going to want to use quotation marks within these pieces and be able to use html for links. If anyone knows of a script that makes that fairly simple, it'd be great. Otherwise, I thought that a random link might be better. Then she can just edit the plain html pages that we set up for this and it would be a lot simpler. She doesn't really know html, btw, but just enough DW to use it for these things. So, what I'm wondering is can I combine a random link script with pop-up window code?
If not, I'm certainly willing to listen to any suggestions that I can implement, not being any kind of programmer at all.