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I'm using window.showModalDialog but having an issue trying to set the parent window(main browser). I open modal window A which is then opens modal window B, top of modal window B onload I do window.opener.close()". My issue now is when i'm finished with B I set parent window(main browser) to a new url with window.opener.location. So my problem is modal window A the parent has been closed so window.opener.location will not work.
When I use the following code snippet in all major browsers (Chrome, FF, Safari, Opera, IE8), the window opens with a scroll bar and it is resizeable EXCEPT IN IE8. In IE8, there's no vertical scroll bar and it's not resizeable... any idea why not?window.open('http://www.mysite.shtml?' + report_vars, '', "status=no, toolbar=no, location=yes, menubar=no, scrollbars=yes, alwaysRaised=yes, resizable=yes, width=" + window.outerWidth / 1.1 + ", height=" + window.outerHeight-0.1);
I need to have a function run only once when the user scrolls. My problem is that I can't seem to figure out how to get .scroll to only check for that first scroll. I have come up with a working solution using a count, but I am hoping there is a better way to do it. I assume that it checking for a scroll constantly is just a waste of resources. My solution doesn't fix that problem, it only makes sure the function runs once.
The following script will take the option parameter from the page URL and scroll the page to the element which has the matching ID.For example:mypage.html?element3will cause it to scroll to the element which has an id="element3" when the page loads.
I'm having two problems with my code: 1. How do I make jumping to a certain place on the page using window.scroll more smooth and not just a direct jump? 2. Also, can I do a scroll by percents? I have a horizontally scrolling website that has a picture with a width of 300%. Obviously, anyone with a different sized monitor than I do will jump to the wrong place if I use pixels.
I'm creating a script which causes the page to scroll when the mouse is held down within 1/3 of the page height of the window edge. An example can be found at [URL], and is working fine in Firefox, Safari and Chrome, but not in IE. I'm 90% certain this is due to the browser's non-handling of addEventListener, but I'm not sure how to fix this...I've tried the following so far:
How is it possible to slide right/left within a horizontal scroll window for as long as the mouse-down action is triggered (preferably with jQuery)? Couldn't find any examples // functions to do that..
Ok so I have a site that I want to automatically close the window when the focus is lost from the page. For example, if the user clicks off the page to something else on there desktop I want the page to close. So far I have managed to do this but the grids on my page and the scroll bars all trigger the close function when clicked on. Is there anyway to make the scroll bars and drop down boxes not trigger the function?
i wanted to know if anyone could help me with this. i have this script that resizes my browser window to the size i want it to but i want the browser window to center itself to the top center of the computer screen regardless of the size of the person's computer screen. is this possible?
i've been tryin several different scripting but none is the one that i want.
How do I ensure that when I click a link it opens up a popup window with a viewport of 350 * 450. I know how to set the browser window dimensions, but if there are toolbars open this eats in to the dimensions.
Actually, i've just had an afterthought, I can turn off toolbars can't I?