I have a HTML and I am opening another link in a separate window using window.open() . The child window is something like 'http://yahoo.com' which is out side html. I need to refresh the parent window when the child window is closed.
This works fine in all browsers with Acrobat Reader 7. the problem is it's not working with IE and Adobe Reader v6.x (however the pdf can be read by v6.x if you open it manually)
when you click the link in IE, it says "This type of file could harm your computer if it contains malicious code" and it wants you to open/save/cancel. If you hit open, it says file not found. Now I can get around this by using target="_blank", but then it gets blocked by the popup blocker.
code to show ( overlay / modal window ) to the user when closing or navigating away from the page ( i want put in this window facebook share to make the user to share the page in his facebook ) , bytheway i wanna use it in my wordpress in every post could it be happen ?
open to a new window in the original window. the original window is blocked from any user inputs. a good example is here at [URL] and click on "locations" button. is there a special name for this window.open?
I have a site where one of the links I have set up to open a pop up window which will display Terms & Agreement information, at the bottom there is a check box and a submit button for users to click on if they agree to the terms. I was able to get that working but the thing is when the user clicks in the check box and hits submit I want them to be directed to a page which has a form on it but I wanted the page to open in the original (Parent) window. This is where I am lost cause I found some coding which will open the page with the form in the pop up window but Ideally once they agree to terms and hit submit I'd like the pop up window to disappear and the new page open in the Parent window... is this possible below is the coding I'm using.
Here is the form:
<form method="get" action="this is where my link will go" onsubmit="return yes_no(this.form) " name="Agree"> <INPUT name="agree" name="agree" value="agree" type="checkbox"> I agree to terms <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Accept Terms">
but what I need is, after the new window is popped up, the opener will be redirected to another page, I want the another page able to control the popup window is it possible? is there something like getWindowById.
i have a form, and for the user to upload a file, i use window.open with my upload script. however, after the file is uploaded, i want the filename to be put back on the original page in an input text field. how would i go about doing this?
Goal: From window A, I want to manipulate the DOM of window B, where window B is the result of calling window.open(). My attempts are shown below, but Window B is never updated. winRef = window.open("","Window B"); Try 1: $(winRef).find("body").append("<div id=container>mr container</div>"); Try 2: $(winRef).find("body").html("<div id=container>mr container</div>"); Try 3: $(winRef.document.body).append("<div id=container>mr container</ div>"); Try 4: $(winRef.document.body).html("<div id=container>mr container</div>"); The jQuery Core doc [URL] claims that it can wrap a window object. Browser is FF2.0
I have a form on a page and when the form is submitted it should open a new window and post the content to it.
When the script being posted to is a html page, then this works fine, but when the script being posted to produces an svg graphic, then there is no 'view source'. Its almost as though the opened page headers are already set for html and doesn't like the svg xml schema.