How To Auto-open File Dialog Window, Cross-browser
Apr 27, 2010
I have an <input type="file"> field and I would like the file chooser dialog to open automatically after the page loads, for example on onload(). I have found a trick with executing click() in js on the file element but it seems to only work in IE. Are there any methods that would work in FF and other browsers as well?
Is there any way to resize an iframe dynamically to the height of its content that works cross browser and works when the iframe content is on another domain than the main page (I have access to both pages, so code can be put in either) Also, it must resize when links in the iframe are clicked (ie when a new page within the iframe is loaded)
I have to create a page where i need to insert two frame one will be displaying the pdf file after fetching from database and another will be displaying text file from the database.i want to know if it's possible to open only assigned folder through the editors.also which are the best editors for the purpose.
I have a static .svg file with embedded onclick="open()"'s all over.
The svg is <embed>ded in a minimal .html file.
The onclick's work fine in IE w/Adobe SVG viewer 3: click and a new window opens with the specified URL.
But using the Adobe SVG viewer in Mozilla, neither the mouseovers or the onclicks work, although the image itself renders.
However, the PRIMARY problem that I need to fix is that the onclick's don't work in Safari with the Adobe viewer. The mouseovers DO work, but the onclick's do not.
I've tried specifying window.open() instead of just open(). I've also tried changing the onclicks to call a function openNewWindow which in turn calls window.open. Still no luck in safari.
I've also tried defining the openNewWindow function in the html wrapper, and specifying a3:scriptImplementation="browser". In this case, the SVG still functions as desired in IE, but neither the mouseovers nor the onclicks work in Safari.
To summarize, I need to get a new window with a specified URL to open on click for Safari with the Adobe SVG viewer 3.
I am trying to get a dialog box to open another dialog box. Clicking on "more search options" the first time results in opening a dialog box. Clicking "search" within the dialog box results in opening up a second dialog box. But this only works the first time I click on "more search options". In other words, the second dialog box only opens up only once. To get the second dialog to open again, I have to reload the page in the browser.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
I have an emagazine i want to add to my website, the probelm is when it opens in a browser you have to sroll down the page, to view it all, what i was wondering is, is it possibe to create a link that when somebody selects to view the magazine it forces the browser to openin full screen mode so that it fits niely on the screen without the toolbars and evertything taking up half the page.
I know this is a Java Script fourum but since VB and Java are so closely related I thought I would look for some help here. Anyway I am running MSAccess Data Access Pages and need to know if I can open a new browser window from a page created by a parameter query? In breif here is my problem. I used the "Image Control" to bind 6 photos via a Parameter Query with the drive path to each photo stored in a table. So far this works great and the co-workers are impressed. However the photos (Thumbnails) are small and it would be great if I could use the "Image Control's" (on-click) event to open a new widow so as to see a larger image of the photo. As an interim solution I am using the Hyperlink control, however when you click on it the photo opens in the same window and when you click IE's Back arrow the Parameter query prompts the user for the value again. All this could be avoided if the Image control (or hyperlink) could open a new window (with the photo of course), and when finished merely close it. The script
I'm trying to link to some PDF files from an HTML page that will be used for a presentation. The user wants to have the windows open up in Adobe Reader 7.0 at maximum size (not full screen).
I'd rather a more reliable system than simply resixing the window before hand because I won't always be able to do that before the presentations.
I can make changes to the Adobe Reader configuration or registry (if needed) to make the program always open in full screen. but I would prefer it if I can control the behavior from the HTML link itself.
I have been working on this and cant figure it out.I have an index.html as my main file and I wanted to have a pop-up window that will also open together with the index file. the pop-up window is a notepad like type, file name is clipboard.html.Addon: i started adding code to have the pop-up to stay on the right side of the screen and always on top.