I have a parent page which I don't have control of. I call my child page from parent page, perform some operations and once I click update child window should close and parent window should be refreshed.Everything seems to work fine except the parent page not refreshing.I tried using window.opener.location.reload(true). But it makes a postback in the parent page and so the values that I update are lost because it makes a postback with the previous values.I tried window.opener.document.locationwindow.opener.document.location. But this doesn't refresh my parent page.
Iam using mozilla firebird. I have three popups displayed at one point of time...if I close one the other two goes hidden....could you please suggest me the reason for this behaviour and how to overcome it.....
While I opened......these child windows(popup)...from the main window I have given "dependent=yes" in the window.open statement.
The sameway I want to close the Child windows opened from the parent window using IE. I use IE 6.0.
Put a link on my page that will open an external site (over which I have no control) in a pop-up window. When the user closes the pop-up, I want my original page to redirect to another page. The difficulty I'm having is that I can't add any code to the page in the pop-up as it's not my site.
I have created and opened a child window called "checkwin" and have written some data to it. If the data is valid, I want the user to click on the 'CONFIRM' button on the child window, at which time I want the "submit()" function for the form on the parent window to be executed. If the data is invalid the user clicks on 'MODIFY' and I want focus to return to a field on the parent form. However, when I click on the "CONFIRM" or "MODIFY" buttons on the child window, nothing happens. Here is the code:
I'm trying to force my users to close a popup window before they can return to the Parent window. I more or less want to "lock" the parent window and force the user to fill in the info on the popup and hit submit, which in turn will close the popup and then allow the user to continue working on the parent window.
I have parent page with 10 child window and i want to close all child window when click on close session button on parent but first i need to check whether any child window open or not after that action should be done for close the child window.
At the moment, I have a page listing keywords associated with an image. The user can click an 'add keyword' link, which loads a child window where they have a form to select & add extra keywords. Now, at the moment when they submit the form, the page reloads the parent window using an onload event. However, I would prefer it if it only reloaded the DIV which holds their keyword list.
My thinking was I could do it with AJAX or something, but I can't find anywhere that even mentions if it's possible. Can anyone help? Is this possible, or am I too ambitious?
I'm trying to create an HTML page that contains two frames. The bottom frame should simply be some website, but the top frame needs to have a close link to kill the window. I tried calling 'document.window.close()' from the child frame, but without success. I then tried putting the 'close()' call in the parent page and calling it from the child, but still without success. Code:
I was curious one day and started to explore the whole idea of a document opening a pop up and that pop up being able to send data, that was input by the user, back to the parent. Does anyone have expirence with this?
I have a closed box system which opens an html page. The page closes by the system. I have access to the html page. I added code to open a child window from this page. However when the parent window closes, the child closes too. Is there a way to keep the child window open? Yes keep it orphaned.