I have created a frameset which is my default page. I am using
window.resizeto and window.move to size and position the window on the
users screen, but I also need to disable the maximize button on the
I know this can be done when using the window.open function as one of
it's parameter's, however, as this is my landing page, I need to do
this on page load.
How can I capture the maximize and minimize of a browser? It is possible to capture this events? I'm searching the web and I didn't found any results. I want to be know if the user maximize/minimize the browser ?
I have a message system that I want to prevent double posting. So when a user sends a message i would like to disable the button. But its done using AJAX and will load without much time. But enough to cause double clicking. So now the button needs to be enabled once Text is put in the Form Field.
how to stop the browsers back button from working after a user has logged out. I tried the windows.history.forward(1); function but it either is not working for me, or I am not putting it int the right place.The logout button is on the menu.php page. The button calls the logout.php file which redirects the user to the index.php page after logout.
right now, I use this code:
A HREF="heritage.html" onClick="msgWindow=window.open ('heritage.html','fullWindow','toolbar=no,location =no,directories=no,status= no,menubar=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=8 30,height=630'); return false" onmouseover="window.status='open site in full screen' return true" CLASS=TP>open full screen</A>
, but I was wondering if we can fill the entire screen?
I have a form with submit button, and i want to disable the button while the request the processing....and then after the request has completed, then again it will be enable....How to implement this, to my form?Is there a way to get the acknowledgment after processing the request...
I want the div to start out completely minimized at 0% height and then when I click the button that calls the function it should increase the size to 100%, once it is maximized I want it to set the height back to 0% when the button is clicked again. Heres what I have so far. I can get it to minimize and maximize itself but I can't get the height set correctly.
in IE, my page gets buggy when the user resizes the window. ive fixed it for when the user clicks and drags the corner of IE, but it is still buggy when the user maximizes the window. i know i can fix this as well if i can just learn to detect the difference on the onresize event between maximizing and all other ways the user can resize it.
I was trying to modify the code-slider plugin so that it would scroll panels that were the size of the entire screen. (the demo on the jquery site has it moving panels that are rather small). So I thought all I had to do was take each div that sandwiches the panel (several are nested) and set their width in code to be the width of the monitor. It did not work.
So I simplified the code to show here. I just have the divs, and their css, and the code that sets them to the width of the screen.
Here's the entire code, css, and html (its not long):
We want the panel to extend the width of the page, and eventually also figure out how to make it extend the height of the page. Then we want to put a menu on top which will scroll from panel to panel, where each panel covers the entire page. The menu would have absolute positioning, so it would stay on top.
Once a button is clicked i would like to disable it for x seconds. The button adds a div to the page and testing has shown excessive clicking can cause issues and halt the script, which is why i want to disable it.