Test your popup blocker software.

PopupTest.com provides a simple and independent source for popup window testing. Whether you are developing a popup killer software or you are thinking about purchasing one, you can use our sample popups to test the effectiveness of the application.

We are providing samples of the most common popup styles, as well as some not so common ones (as indicated).

Common popup techniques

Multi-PopUp Test
This page launches 10 popup windows, using different techniques.

Multi-PopUp Test #2
This page launches 4 popup windows, using different techniques.

Come & Go Test
This page launches 2 popup when you enter, and an additional one when you leave.

Timed PopUp
This page launches a new popup every 5 seconds.

Mouseover PopUp
Hold your mouse over the text and you will see 2 popup windows.

Less common popup techniques

Floating popup
Very annoying, will not go away until you do.

Channel Opener
Opens a full-screen channel mode window in IE.

Modeless Window
Stays on top until closed.

Full screen trap
Very nasty! In IE, this one opens full screen, and the only way out press Alt+F4 to close it.

Drop down Popup
This one drops into your face from the top of the page.

Floating banner
An animated airplane that grabs an existing banner ad and flies it around the screen, not really a true popup.

A non-standard, borderless popup window.

Sticky popup
This popup floats in the upper right corner like a sticky note.

Not all popups are bad.
but some popup killers are not smart enough to recognize that!

This page has some links that produce popup windows when clicked. A good popup blocker should ignore these and let you open the windows.