I am working on a ASP.NET application and have some forms that require to be popped up and let the user edit information on them. These windows must stay in focus until closed, but I have having some issues implementing this.
We are targeting IE explorers and have tried the showModal() which is exactly what we require (as it forces the user to the window till complete) but the page cannot refresh/postback which is what we need.
I also tried the on blur = self.focus() but that doesnt work either as when I user clicks the textbox on that popup to update a datagrid the focus is taken off the textbox and to the window again.
What I'm trying to achieve it a popup window that has focus until complete and allows the window to refresh as it requires use to update & delete a datagrid. Any ideas?
I have a page where it accesses the same popup a couple times. When I click 'Help' it opens the popup then goes to the section. But, if i go back to the other page, and click another link to the popup which goes to another section, it doesn't re-focus on the popup window.
The sections are accessed by the '#SECTION' link...
I have this ads on my webpage that popup whenever you go somewhere (obviously prett annoying ). So my question is: how can I make so the previous window I was at gets focus and the popup doesnt. My thoughts was on making it with the onLoad function after you popup the popup but its stops there.
I am using a standard html <form> to send data to a pop up calculating somthing. I want all coming requests to go to the same window.
Quite easy with forms since we have the target attribute, thus target="calculating_window".
However future <form> submitted entries will appear in the "calculating_window" window, but keep behind the current active window (with the <form> formular). The user therefore cannot see new entries beeing calculated.
I've designed an entrance to a website that measures 600 by 400 pixels. I want to be able to create a page that contains descriptive text (for the search engines) then forwards to the entrance page (mostly images). Between the pages the window should resize and center.
When any link on the second page is clicked, I'd like to window to go to 100% height and 600 px width. The window placement does not matter.
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
when a popup window appear, can I force users to focus on the popup window "ONLY" that mean, if users don't close the popup window, they can't do anything to other ie window (include close the opener window...etc)
I'm trying to get a popup to keep focus when it is re-clicked. The script below is supposed to produce this exact behaviour, however it doesn't work, at least on firefox 1.0.7 and moz 1.7.12 (linux kubuntu). It does work with konqueror....
I have an input element on a form. When I open a popup form and then close it, I try to put the focus back on my input element by using the focus() method. However, that fails and it doesn't get focus.When I press tab to get out of this input element, it takes several tries for it to get the tab event (since it wasn't focused, but how come it suddenly gets focus to respond later?)
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?
I'm trying to create a control which when the mouse button gets pressed on one div an absolute positioned div pops up in place of the cursor. From there the cursor should interact with the dialog before the mouse button is released. In other words one element will catch onmousedown, display the popup, and the popup element will catch onmouseup. This works fine in IE as the popup automatically accepts following events, but my problem is in Firefox.
In Firefox everything behind the popup still receive events even though they can't be seen (hidden by the popup). I have to release the mouse button and then click on the popup again before it accepts the onmouseup event.
I also used a different cursor on the popup to see if Firefox recognized it was there at all. Still the cursor doesn't change until I release themouse button and move the cursor across the popup element.
I've tried focus/blur, timeout delays, hiding the first element (the one which receives onmousedown) but nothing works.
The only thing that works is hiding the entire body and then using setTimeout to show the entire body again 1ms later. Obviously though that is very ugly.
I've got this hidden div that pops up using jQuery when the login menu item is clicked. <div class="entry-wrapper" id="reg-login" style="display:none;"> <div class="t"></div> <div id="loginFormHolder" class="c"> <div class="close"> <a href="index.php" class="spotlight-close"> </a> </div> <!-- close --> <div class="login"> <div> <!-- blank --> ..... What I'm trying to do is setting the input focus on the user_session_username text input and the code is not working. The div pops up but the focus is never put into the user_session_username edit field.
There are 3 graphics (top left of page) which open a linked page in a pop up window; each popup comes into focus the first time it's opened - clicking on the same graphics again doesn't bring the already opened popups back into focus.I had originally sized each popup as 320x430px in the body at each of the 3 references to the linked pages, but discovered that (in FF portable 3.65.13) the popups all opened full-size windows. In an attempt to resolve this I removed the size info from each of these 3 page references (lines 84, 89, 94) and moved it to the head (line 67) which seems to have resolved the size issue, but works only when I specify the popup to be any size except the original size of 320x430 (e.g. 320x431; I have now settled for 321x431)
I have a couple of utility windows - a calculator and a calendar that popup from my main window. I would like them to always stay in front of the parent window until they are shut down with there own close buttons. As it is, when you click back to the parent window, of course it comes in front of the child windows. Can I do this?
I need to open a popup window from a PHP site and pass in some parameters to use in the pop up window. I have the params in an input box and need to get the val of the box into a param and pass it to the new popup window. All pages are local and in the same folder. The id of the input box is 'ddutykey'. The name of the new window would be showduty.php if possible.
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.