How Window.location.href() Works?

May 23, 2006

as i know href is a property of location but location.href(url) works
fine with IE 6. i couldn't figure out how its possible? is it a kind of
browser syntax-tolerance helping it to work? how the heck is this
working?

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Window.location.href

Jul 23, 2005

<script language="javascript">
function ConfirmPage() {
window.location.href="http://ConfirmationPage.htm";
return false;
}
</script>

How can I use this script to display a page in my current directory? It woriks fine when using a domain such as yahoo.com or google.com.

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Jan 25, 2006

I use this code to create a banner that contains text:

<table of banner...

because it makes the whole banner a link. If I do it this way:

<table><tr><td ><a href='http://URL' target='_blank'>text of banner...

only the text is the link and if someone puts their cursor over a non-text area they might no realize they can click on it.

In the second example, however, I use target='_blank' to open up a new window.

My question is, is there a way to use the first method and open a new window.

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May 17, 2007

I have a pop up window, that window needs to refresh the parent window when opened, I'm doing the following:

window.opener.location.href(window.opener.location .href);

problem I'm having is that the parent url has a # sign in it, like:
http://localhost/mysite/me.html#01

i need the #01 to stay in the url after the refresh, anyway to do
this? i tried using escape(window.opener.location.href) but that
didn't work, as it escaped everything including the :// in http://

i also tried:
window.opener.location.href(window.opener.location .protocol + "//" +
window.opener.location.hostname + window.opener.location.pathname);

problem with that was i lost the #01 in the url, pathname didn't
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May 11, 2010

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I guess this is an easy question for all javascripters but I don't know how to manage (I'm pretty fresh with JS). I found two solutions on this forum but it seems that they don't work(?).I want to delay for few seconds window.location.href="destination_site.html" before it will automatically take visitor to destination site. It has something to do with setTimeout but I would be greatful for posting a fixed code.

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I have a page of 2 frame:

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In menu.php i have:

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Jan 31, 2005

I have this line in an XHTML form:

Code:

<input type="reset" name="cancel" value="Cancel"
onclick="javascript:window.location.href('/index.php');" />
In IE5.5 clicking the cancel button loads the index.php page fine.
In Firefox 1.0 & also the version of IE running on my IPAQ it doesn't work - clicking the button doesn't do anything.

Anyone have any ideas or alternative solutions?
I thought maybe I was using an IE only thing but it is a version of IE on the IPAQ. I thought maybe it was not standards compliant but I haven't found anyone having a similar problem.

Any idea or advice?
TIA, BG.

PS Ignore that I am using a reset button to do this - I have also tried it in the body tag like this:

Code:

<body onload="javascript:alert('Login Successfull!
You are logged into my app');window.location.href('/myapp/index.php');">

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I know next to nothing about javascript and I don't even know if this is possible. I need to target window.location.href to an iframe on a different page. So, right now, the piece of the code that redirects the browser looks like this: window.location.href='http://www.somewhere.com/'; Works great, brings it up in the same browser window. So now I need to modify the code so it goes to a different page and brings that page up in a specified iframe.

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[url]

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I am developing an application that is opened via a modal popup from another application that I do not have control over. In IE, the method of creating the popup that holds my application is window.showModalDialog. When I redirect the user via javascript with something as simple as, location.href='someURL'; another popup window is opened rather than just redirecting the browser. When a user is using anything other than IE, the window.open method is used and those browsers redirect within the same window appropriately.

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It launches in IE and give the user instructions, then at the click of a button, launches my setup.exe. I want my webpage to launch setup.exe then go to another webpage on my CD, congratulations.html, which says "installation is complete etc". Here's what I am trying to do through JAvascript. It doesn't work. Should the first instruction be flushed in order for the 2nd one to work?

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Now I can't find it, either because the search isn't finding it or I was dreaming about this function existing.

I rummaged about the API docs and didn't find it there either. Is it something provided by one of the plugins and not a function native to jQuery?

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Feb 17, 2006

I have a couple of links of which I change location.href for tracking purposes.

The problem is that the links now no longer seem to open in a new window (which was accomplished using target="_blank")

Is this an error on my part or is this by design? Is there a workaround? I would prefer not to use window.open as that could get blocked by a popup blocker.

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Jul 23, 2005

I'm passing the asp parameters using the url current page is files.asp and I'm using window.location.href=files.asp?action=deletefile to pass the action to the serverside

My code never got executed (like the page was cached) unless i put document.write("") before the window.location directive.

Here's the code:

function confirmDelete(x){
var potvrda=confirm("Kliknite OK za brisanje. Cancel za povratak.");
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Jul 23, 2005

I'm trying to use the onload event to load a series of urls.
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var next_win = 0;
var win = window.open("", "", "");
function nextWin() {
if (next_win < urls.length) {
win.
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Is this correct behavior?

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Oct 5, 2005

i have a really stupid problem with this line of code:
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sText is an id of a job that's running on the server.

Showreport.php retrieves the job and outputs the result in HTML. At the same
time job is removed from the server.

What happens is that some browsers (IE 6 mostly) like to GET the
showreport.php TWICE. Of course the second time there is no job any more and
the result returned is of zero length, which is very unpleasant ;-)

Headers sent by the browsers are (1st call):
Accept: image/gif, image/x-xbitmap, image/jpeg, image/pjpeg,
application/x-shockwave-flash, */*
Accept-Language: sl
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR
1.1.4322)
Host: veliswork
Connection: Keep-Alive
Cookie: PHPSESSID=tsghl22ijg4f6ba7a2mthggun6

Headers sent by the browsers are (2nd call):
Accept: */*
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR
1.1.4322)
Host: veliswork
Connection: Keep-Alive
Cookie: PHPSESSID=tsghl22ijg4f6ba7a2mthggun6

Note the Accept tag.
What's even more interesting, the accept tag of IE 6.0 that does not request
twice is:
Accept: image/gif, image/x-xbitmap, image/jpeg, image/pjpeg,
application/x-shockwave-flash, application/vnd.ms-excel,
application/vnd.ms-powerpoint, application/msword, */*

Note the (still) absent application/pdf, which is the target content here.

Can somebody explain to me, why two calls and if that can be prevented. I
can reduce the problem by keeping the job for another minute or so, but
these jobs tend to be rather large (>10MB RAM usage) when large reports are
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Jan 14, 2004

I have a problem with a simple link on non-ie borwsers. This is my link:

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I'tried with and within "window", with and within "return false" but it didn't run..

Do you have any idea or suggestion?

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Code:

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Its in an IFRAME by the way.

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Ok I have tried and tried and cannot get this code to work in safari or google chrome.

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I also need to refresh the current page. This will write shopping cart data to DB via php upon page refresh.

Safari and google Chrome will open the paypal window, but seems to ignore the javascript to refresh the browser.

FF and IE both work fine.

<script LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
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Jul 20, 2006

I am creating a send to a friend link on my site. The link will open a pop up window, which contains a form.

I have a function that opens the centered pop up window, and it is called like so (the function declaration resides in an external script):

Code:
onClick="newWindow('http://www.mysite.com/send.php','',',','')"
I now need to append the current page's URL to the end of the URL ike so:

onClick="newWindow('http://www.mysite.com/send.php?page=xxx','',',','')"
This is sso that I can then use PHP in the pop up toget the variable from the query string.

I know that I can use location.href to get the current page url, but am not sure how I would include it in the onClick.

I have tried the following:

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but that doenst work...

Has anybody got any ideas?

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I need to change the location of the parent window and after
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I have
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The newhreflabel may point to the same document or load
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There is a problem is with timing, T think I need to
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However, the window.opener.document.onload does not seem to
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