I'm having a problem rewriting a window with a popup I made. I'm using
Debian Woody with Mozilla 1.0. I can make the popups, but I cannot rewrite
the original window with the new information gathered from the popup. Can
someone please make some suggestions. I've got most of my information from
an old copy of the Rhino book.
I have the code below in my popup window which currently brings up a blank page in the background as the main window. Instead I want the popup to come up but the original page I left is in the background as the main window. Does anyone know how I can do that with the code I currently have.
I am very new at this - and have found code everywhere for pop ups and popunders, but I need both in the same place. So - I am on a main page with a link. If the user clicks the link they get a popup window (it is a specific url). When the user exits out of the popup, I want the popunder to go under the main window they were looking at (not the popup window)
If I am in my main window, I have an href link to click for the popup.html window. This works fine, and I tried to put the code into the popup.html to load the popunder upon exit. What a disaster. It loads on TOP of the main window because of course it is trying to popunder the popup.
I have a popup window that comes up when a user doesn't have access to a certain page within my site. The problem is when a user clicks on something the popup window comes up but the bigger sized window of that popup comes up in the background as well. I am trying to have my popup window come up while the original page I clicked from is still focused/seen in the background. This is the code I currently am using, can anyone help me with what I am missing. I have a back button but I won't need that if I want to maintain the original page in the background. Instead I will use a close button.
I am building a CMS and will have an Image browser built with it. When articles are added the will be able to open up the image browser when they find the image they want to insert I would like to send it(and ID from my database) into that textarea where the article is in(in the main window). So basically sending a value from popup to the main window(textarea). Is there a way i can do it.
I have a simple page on my freebie account site that opens a popup window running index.asp on another site of mine. The code on the freebie hosted server is below. What I'd like to do is have the freebie hosted page shut down once it's opened up the child window.
I have two PHP scripts. The popup script (calendar.php) is linked from the main navigation of the website. When it is clicked, the calendar popups up and the dates are linked. For example; the 24th July 2004 would read: events.php?day=24&month=7&year=2004
However, I require this information to be passed back to the MAIN window so that it can be displayed in a full screen.
Can somebody tell me how I can make a popup window appear behind the main browser window by modifying the script below to do this? I would like it so the popup will load but they won't see it until they close the main window.
I'm looking for nice solution to handle file downloads. The problem with classic link in <a href="file"> is that in case of missing file, the main browser window is reloaded with 404 error, but I'd like to present to user a popup message without reload of main browser window.
Thought it would be nice if, instead of using php for redirecting to a success/fail message in a separate php file and redirecting again back to the form with a 3 second delay, I could get a jQuery script to pop up with a success/fail message, so avoiding all the clumsy php redirecting and page refreshing.I've searched for plugins, but they all act on event listeners attached to a submit button or other clickable html element.Ive searched the net for ages and can't find an easily understood explanation and complete example, where a jQuery pop up notification is displayed in response to a php script executing a db update.
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.
In my main window, I create a popup window. Is there a way to bring the main window back to the foreground (make the main window the focus window again) from the popup window using JS? Like from a link or a button?
Basically the user would see a button on a form that would be something like "add contact"...then a window opens that shows a search window (want to implement something like [URL]) and it would show all the contacts available in the contacts table...then the user selects the contact to add (via a link).
I think i could get it this far, but how would i then pass that $row to the main form so that i can use the fields from that $row in the contacts table on my form?
I'm creating a Pizza order form. Part of my project includes the ability to print a receipt which I have created successfully as a pop-up window; however, I have the window.print() function in that part of the code and it will not print the pop-up receipt, but rather the main window. Code:
What I'd like to add is add a line of code that will close the calling parent window (right now I make it visible by resizing it and clicking on a close link). I'll even settle for having to confirm the closure but, the ultimate would be that it would close by itself. Code:
now I understand that the popup blocker works when a popup is called without user interaction, but allows popups on say button clicks. how can I get the popup to work
In my application i use window.showmodaldialog() to pop up a window. When i run it in IE pop up blocker wont blocks the window... But when run it in FireFox pop up blocker will blocks the pop up window.. is there any way to open a window with out blocking(avoiding ) by the pop up blocker?