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.
If you have one or several links on your webpage, it could be your links resources, you might want your viewers to have the choice of opening the links in _self or in a new window / tab _blank
This code goes in the head section:
And this code goes in your Body section:
<form> <input type="checkbox" name="targetnew" onclick="mylink(this.checked)"> <p>Do you want to open this link in a new window?</p> <p><a href="http://www.codingforums.com">CodingForums</a></p> </form>
You can add as many link in the form section as you like and choose if each link should have a checkbox or just one checkbox the decides all the targets.
I need to find a way to open a new _blank type window when a user submits. I have found a few answers but none that fit what i need. alot tell you to use target blank on submit, but i have two buttons that do 2 completely different things. Is there a way to achieve that? here is the code i use!
What I'm trying to do is make it so when a visitor or a search engine tries to view a page outside of the parent frame it reloads that particular page inside the parent frame. All the scripts I've tried WILL redirect the visitor back to the parent frame, but NONE of them will then load the previously viewed page into the 'main' frame. I don't want visitors to have to navigate through the site to find the particular page they were viewing.
I have seen this script before but I can't remember which site was using it, also without a redirection to the frames the site won't display properly and navigation would be difficult. Code:
After open a child window, I would like to keep parent window on focus. I tried self.focus(), set new window in blur() as well as setting the setInterval, none of them works in either Firefox or IE. I think this question relates to the opening window in tab rather than in new window.
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.
I have the need to create a popup after a delay. The problem I'm getting is that the parent page is refreshing automatically from the action of creating the popup. I don't want the parent page to refresh!
... if it was placed straight into the HTML. Incidentally, it's included into the HTML HEAD area, not the body, as the original source of the script suggested: [URL]
$delay is the delay before the popup opens, in microseconds (so 6000 would be 6 seconds).
What can I do to have the same delayed auto-popup functionality, but without it automatically refreshing the parent page where the above code resides?
As some background to what I'm achieving: The issue with not wanting the parent page to refresh is that each time it does, the login session gets extended. The popup itself (which I already have working ok) provides a 'continue working' function, or close and refresh the parent is nothing has been done after a short period.
I have a HTML page with pictures' thumbnails. After clicking on any thumbnail, I would like to open a new window with the original size picture. In the main window with thumbnails, I have got following important stuff: Code:
I need a script that can open an external page, or some type of content, in a box. This is kind of hard to explain, but here's what I mean, go to facepunch . com (I'm not a spambot dammit) and click on that litte face at the top.
I have a situation where I'm sending full sizes images to new windows from linked thumnails. Using _blank, the window is rendering at a very small size, and the image scales to that size on some browsers.
I am working on a page that will load in other pages using AJAX and the .html method. Something like this :
<span id = "edit">Edit</span> <div id = "cont"> </div> //the click edit script
Unfortunately this does not seem to work, entirely. It does trigger the click event but it messes up the post for some reason. I have played around with it for the last 45 minutes or so and it seems like the click event trigger is what is messing things up, if I comment it out it works fine. Could anyone tell me why they think this is? note this is an over simplified version of my actual code, but the structure is the same.
I have an webbpage, and in the middle of it there is an iframe to a php site. So i have used this code, so after some seconds the iframe will send the guest to another page. <meta http-equiv="refresh" traget="_top" content="5 url=http://mypage.com"/> But the thing is that i want the WHOLE page to reload, and go to that page after 5 seconds (we can say). With that code, only the iframe are going to another page. Is it possible to make the whole page send the user after some seconds, to another page and not only the iframe?
How to test if a html page has a parent page?Let me explain: I use the (great) Colorbox plugin and I like to apply jquery functions only if a page is in an Colorbox iframe.So, basically, I'd like to know how to determine with jQuery if a page has a parent page (= is in a Colorbox iframe).