However my problem occurs when the user uses the browsers back arrow to return to the previous page, the script executes again returning them once more to the page they have come from. Is anyone aware of a work around to this problem as it would seem there isn't one? perhaps even a better solution for opening the target page from the iframe as top location. This is really causing confusion for users, and I really need to get the issue fixed.
this form is submitted using the following .js code in order to generate a pdf Code: document.getElementById("formReport").submit(); the problem is that i get a popup (blocked by firfox by the way) instead of a new window or a tab, how do i solve this?
I have a pop up window is for the user to submit some information. That window is refreched a few times with the user inputs (its a form submit in itself... couple of times). I would like that window to close after the user submits a rating and refreshed the original page that opened the window.
I cant use opener.document.refresh because afterall the page isnt considered the opener after the user posts the information on the pop up window.
Anyone know how to change the visibility of a DIV in one window from another (pop-up) window? The pop-up was generated by the window with the DIV. The situation: I've got 4 DIVs in the main window with only one showing at a time (it's a multi layered form). The pop-up window is generated from the main window when a user wants to edit certain form fields. When they've completed their edits in the pop-up and submit the main window refreshes with the new data, however the main window defaults to showing the first DIV and hiding the others. When the pop-up is generated from the 2nd, 3rd or 4th DIV I'd like to bring the user back to that DIV, not the first.
I have a homepage with two frames. The left frame is the navigation menu with about 30 links to different websites. The right frame (frame name is "display") is used to display the content of websites when user click on the links on the navigation menu.Left Navigation MenuThis is part of the codes of the Left Navigation Menu:
I have a domain name registration field that links to a reseller storefront and then searches for that domain name. I would like the storefront to open in a new window, instead of the parent window. I have tried to insert the target="blank tag but can not seem to get it to work. Is there another way to make that window open? You can see the page and field here: [URL] The field is on the left side, just below the center of the page.
Here is the issue I am having: In my project, I have a index.php page with a sidebar menu and a div id called úcontent.The user can select different menu items and perform searches from the database and make updates to their account. Im using ajax to load all of the menu items and all of the forms into the div id "content" on the index page. The Forms all load into the target div as they are suppose to with ajax.
However, on the mysettings page I have two forms and two different buttons, one called save and the other called update. When a user wants to edit their account information and makes changes to their account they clicks on either button and the form processes the information and updates or inserts data into the database correctly but the problem is that after that the form or page does not display the form back in the div id "content" like how it was loaded originally in the index.php page. The problem is that it reloads or refreshes the form page without the index.php page being involved. That is does not get reloaded or updated inside the index.php page content div again.
What I would like do is have all of my forms process whatever is submitted on the page and display the results back inside the same content div on the index.php page again. I know I am missing something because all of my forms are doing the same thing. I am hoping someone can help me out. I would be very grateful for example code that I can learn from since I am still relatively new to web development. I am posting some sample code below.
Basically, I have a link that should open the targeted link in a blank page, and upon the link being clicked, the original page's URL should be changed. The reason for this is that the user has to browse information on another website, and then pass the information on to me via a contact form, so rather than make them click back on my tab in the browser, and then find the "Contact" page link to fill in the form, I thought it would a good feature to simply go ahead and load the "Contact" page upon them clicking the link to the external page (which of course loads in a new tab). Here is the code I have in place:
This all works fine on my computer, regardless of the browser that I use. One of my partners on this project called me this morning and said that the link was taking him directly to the "Contact" page without opening the "Other Site." This is strange because after I put this in place, I showed it to him and it worked fine. Now, a few days later, and it does not work. He said that he cleared his browser cache, history, cookies, etc. and the problem did not go away. He uses IE8. After he told me it was no longer working, I went to test it myself, and it works fine for me no matter which browser I use (IE8 or 9, Firefox 3 or 4 Beta).
On my site I use "window.onbeforeunload" to give a confirmation that the user wants to leave the site when they're doing something which will be interrupted by leaving the site. The problem is that when a user requests a certain file to download, I use "window.location" to point to the PHP script which in-turn starts the file download. Now, the user's browser never actually changes pages, but because I'm launching the download through "window.location" it's triggering the "window.onbeforeunload". Is there any way that I can detect that I'm requesting the download (like matching the script name in the target url?) and then not show the leaving confirmation?