At my job we have computers that are set up with restricted rights. Firefox 2 is the default browser (good call), but for some reason a site that the user has to visit is IE only (yeah, wtf).
We have a webpage open with a link to that IE only site, now is there a way to open that link in IE from FF? We have full control over these machines, so we could install batch software or whatever it would take.
how to make a code like this website (Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab images ) there you can see the images when you click the image then the browser will open a new page, and when you click the image again the browser will close
How can I let link page open using IE? For example, I open a webpage using firefox or chrome/opera/safari. When I click the link, open the link using IE <html xmlns="[URL]"> <head id="Head2" runat="server"> </head><body> <a href="#" onClick="window.showModalDialog ('[URL]','','width=600,height=600','screenx=200','screeny=200')"><img src="images/benemanc-01th.jpg" alt="img-01" width="125" height="155" class="thumb" style="display:inline"></a> </body></html>
I have a form that I would like to get the values entered on the page and go to a new page in the same window. I can make the code work to open a new window, but I need it to open in the same window. Here is what I have:
I wanted to add to the menu another image link so I copied the same coding, but I do not know where to place the URL target that I want opened. I know I want the userID (dUid) also to follow this link as well. If I want the coding below to act in the same manner as the coding above, but instead open a page called /gift.php, where do I set the Url?
I am working on an internal work site. In the site I have a text box and on entering a specific code I want it to open a new page that links to a document that has the same name. ie. if user types red, I want it to find the document red.html in a folder. To make my colleagues job easier, I want the text box to autocomplete.
I have used jquery modal window JS for creating Modal box. By clicking respective link modal Box opens in all the browser. But in Ie6 that behaves differently. In My webpage I have some Form controls, like( Input field, checkbox, Dropdownlist etc.) When I click the mentioned hyperlink the modal box opens in ie6 correctly but the Form controls operlaps the Modal box. Please check the attached screen. How to fix such issue for IE6.
Is there a way to open a link in a new window. That is presized? not a new tab, but a completely new window that would be set to like 600x800 for example? and at the same time pass this? The W3C Markup Validation Service
I have tried to code it myself for a few days now... And searched the net for ages, but cant find anything.
I am trying to tackle this problem: when I click on a link, the link show take me to another page and populate certain items (on the new page) in a form, such as a textbox and dropdown. I figured out how to populate the form using getElementById but I'm not sure how to open a link in the same window and bring those items to the new page. Below is the code I have so far:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html> <head>
The a href used to equal # previously as a test to make sure the function works (thats why I have the textbox on this page as well.The other page has the following code: