1. the 1st popup should open automatically and open a URL 1
2. then after 30sec the popup should close
3. then 2nd pop up window should appear and open URL2
4. then after 30sec the popup should close and so on
can any body help me with this please. I really need it.Or it can be like this also,The 1st popup should open automatically and open a URL1 then, after 30sec it should open URL2 and after 30 sec open URL3 and so on in the same popup.
I have got a page on my website which has a log-in button, when this button is clicked I want a window to pop-up which enables the user the login. After the have typed in their username and password and it has been confermed I want the popup window to close.Now I know this bit is possible, but I would like to take it further if possible:This leaves the user on the page where they clicked the log-in button. After the log-in window closes I want this page to change to another page (not loading another window). SO at the end of it the user hasn't had to open or close any windows and they end up with only one window open.
I know the first bit is possible but I am not sure about the second bit.I would like to know if this is possible and how to do it.
I read about window object and specifically about creating popup windows. The code below produces a popup window when a link is clicked:
I would like to add a "Close Window" button on survey.html page and when that button is clicked, the window would close. How do I do that? I know that I should use (reference to popup window).close(), but how and where do I attach even listener to that button?
I have read that the use of eval() is not recommended because of performance and security reasons. erformance is not a problem here (eval is definitely better here than writing my own expression parser), but what about security? Did my use of eval introduce a security risk in my site (I find this quite unlikely because the whole thing runs on the client side but who knows...)?By the way, is there a way to detect if eval() was not successful?And finally, is there a reliable, cross-browser way of getting the client size of the window? I'm talking about the size without the title bar, toolbars, etc. My solution does not work in IE6 and IE8.
Here's where I was wondering if anyone could give me a pointer before I start searching for hours... how do I get a list of all links inside this iframe and their positions so I can create new elements and place them there (like a small info icon next to each link to click to show the overlayed info). Links could be text or images. I'm not really sure how I'd find the locations then place new elements at those locations.
how to start designing a similar web page as gucci? I will be making a website for jewelery, and i will be using PayPal.Should i create a XHTML page? or CSS ?im using Dreamweaver CS3, Flash CS3, Photoshop CS3
I am trying to put on my homepage a dropdown list of 4 options where each option would bring you to a different page on my website.which I built in Dreamweaver.What I would like it to do is when the user clicks on an option, it brings them to one of the pages on my site.
Anyone know how I can change the color of a text link on a page that doesn't load a new page, but rather stays on the same page?The nav links already use an onClick to present content below it that changes depending on what link in the nav I select. In other words, there's already two things going on -- links take you to content on the same page using a JS onClick.What I want to add to that is when you click on the link, it changes style, like turns bold or changes color. So then the user knows that not only have they selected new content, but the link they selected stands out as well.
I want to create a "radio" symbol on a website. When click on it, a cumulative number will be shown beside the symbol. <form> <input type="radio" value="Click me!" onclick="m=1; n=m+1; document.write(n);" /> </form>
I'm creating a demo website (pure to show design and content - not going live) and I want users to be able to click through the site and to use a back button on the site that goes back through the pages they entered.I have these pages.
1.html 2a.html / 2b.html 3a.html / 3b.html 4.html
a user will only go to either the a or b page.so when a user is on page 4 i need a button to link the user back to the correct version of page 3 & 4.at the moment i'm trying to use the querystring to input values but having problem persisting them/
I am building an experimental website that contains music. It's called www.DansPianoJazz.com. To navigate around the website there is a graphic of a piano keyboard and if you click on an individual key you can go to "Home", "Recordings", "Contact", or "Jukebox". My problem is with the key labeled "Jukebox".
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
I'm trying to write script for a popup when an external link is clicked telling the user they are leaving the site bla bla and the bank isnt affiliated with the link and do they want to leave "yes" or "no" I see a ton of variations of this online but I cant find one that prevents the external site from loading so the user can decide yes or no on the popup. And the popup will have to be an html page, not a 1 line question so I dont see how 'confirm' would 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?
I'm somewhat experienced in coding but I'm not the best. I've been trying to figure this out forever and I'm beat. I am trying to insert a thickbox popup. I am trying to use a Iframed popup code. This one as follows:
I am looking for a pop up to collect emails when a visitor is leaving my site, I don't which pop up software can provide that.I know how annoying pop up can be but I am sure my visitors will be ok with it, they are even asking for it.
I am using an alert dialog function I found online. The support for it has closed.Here is the page showing my alert button:Click here to view my test pageYou can check out the source html and the linked jquery files.The alert button works correctly by displaying an alert box.How do I apply this same behavior to a link?I want a user to click on the link, and:(1) receive the message they are leaving the site, then(2) be redirected to the other URL.