In the onclick event I want to close the current window then open'ConfirmPage.aspx'. Whats the best way to do this? Can I close the
first page then open the next, or should I be redirecting? If so whats the
I have a HTML and I am opening another link in a separate window using window.open() . The child window is something like 'http://yahoo.com' which is out side html. I need to refresh the parent window when the child window is closed.
I need a script that will open a new window (popup / new link) in a specific size, but will also close the old window (where the popup came from). I know the popup window is easy but finding a work-able close window script as the new window is opened is impossible!!
1. Take the current URL of the page and open a new window with a URL based on the current page. Some examples (I use "->" to mean "this URL turns into that URL"):I plan to use these bookmarklets in sequence, first pressing 1 to log into the CMS, then pressing 2 to edit the current page.
client wants for a window with no toolbars to open (technical and 'esthetical' reasons) after the window, user clicks on, is being closed.
I told them about security settings in browsers and no cross-browsers solutions and all of that we know, but they have told me they have seen that before and how then the annoying pop-up windows work? . . .
I have 30 or 40 different (going to different websites) links on many pages on my website, that I when clicked I need opening under the current window. (Pop-under) - but obviously needs to be done safely (no risk of being pop-up blocked??)So rather than just a target="_blank" - it would be something slightly more complicated, doing a bit of research perhaps the .blur method would help (Though really I have no idea)I'm using the jQuery library for other elements on the site, so jQuery would be ideal if there is a solution for this?If you click on "get code and open site" (Green button) - you'll see it opens up the website under the current window - which is exactly what I want to achieve (It also uses .toggle to switch divs (but i've done that part - just need help with pop-unders
I have 4 images on a page and when someone clicks on one of them I open a secondary window and write a few lines to it describing the image.
If they don't close that secondary window however, and click on another of these 4 images, my write commands print further down on that secondary window.
So then I decided to close the secondary window before re-opening it. But if the user _did_ close the secondary window, I get an error saying that the window I'm trying to close is already closed (or doesn't exist to be exact)!
Is there a way to clear the document in a window that I opened and wrote to? Or is there a way to detect if win1 exists or not? If it exists, I would close it. If it didn't exist, I would just re-open a new one.
I have a page with 3 iframes it has a link to open up a page and when the user clicks on a link on that page - I want the new page to close and the link to open in the second iframe on the original page
Basically I want some of the links in my page to open in new tabs (I'm using Firefox) or windows if the user has their options configured that way. And I want my page to remain intact as it involves some AJAX and takes a while to load.
But ...and this seems to be a big "but"... I don't want the focus to move away from the page I'm on. So techniques such as <a target="_blank"or <a onclick="window.open(...)"aren't working for this requirement. I even tried using a separate function and attempting to return to the original window straight after using the following function: Code:
I have multiple parent sections on the page. Each section has 3 child sections. Each parent toggles open and closed. and within each section there are buttons to toggle the children open and closed.
In the case of both the parents and their children, when a parent is toggled open I want the other parents to toggle closed . The same applies to the children of each parent. I want to close all the other open children when a child is toggled open. Rather like some accordions - which I can not use for this function. This way there is only one parent and one child open at any time
Because of the number of parents and children on the page I can not use Ids. All are designated by classes
Trying to learn the basics... Here is a script for three toggle buttons that each when clicked open their corresponding divs. Fine. Now how does one go about automatically closing an open div when clicking on a new 'toggler' that opens it's div? I see other posts about this very question, but I'm just not grasping the logic.
- I have a button on my Flash site that opens an HTML page in a popup window. In Flash, I open the new window using Actiosnscript 2.0:
- Within the popup window are links to other HTML pages. They all open in the same window. I've been using the following to create the links in Dreamweaver:
- On each page, I have a "Return to Main Menu" button that should close the popup window. To do this, I have been using:
- The problem is that it works differently in each browser, and I can't even get it to consistently close the window in most browsers:
Internet Explorer = popup message appears, asking "Are you sure you want to close this window?" or something similar; window closes after clicking "Yes."
Safari = Only closes if I'm on the original HTML page. If I click on any of the other links (note that these all open in the same window), those pages' "Return to Main Menu" buttons cease to work. However, if I keep clicking "Back" until I get to the original page, it closes.
Opera = Button actually works for each page.
Firefox & Chrome = Does not close the window at all.
I looked into it and saw that others have used a window.opener to solve similar issues. But, since my popup window is opened using Flash/AS2, I need to find a way around it.
I've tried preceding "window.close()" with "window.opener=null" (i.e. -onClick="window.opener=null; window.close()"), but I don't think I'm doing it right because it still doesn't work.
I've also seen others use codes that involve functions and variables, but it is beyond my current coding knowledge to implement this. Like I said, I'm sort of new at this.