I have a simple page on my freebie account site that opens a popup
window running index.asp on another site of mine. The code on the
freebie hosted server is below. What I'd like to do is have the
freebie hosted page shut down once it's opened up the child window.
i have a popup from the parent window which allwos the user to add in new location. when the lcoation has been added succesfully. then thewindow closes and the parent gets refreshed. In particular, just the location listbox gets updated with the new value. the location listbox i generated from the database using asp.
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.
I am very new at this - and have found code everywhere for pop ups and popunders, but I need both in the same place. So - I am on a main page with a link. If the user clicks the link they get a popup window (it is a specific url). When the user exits out of the popup, I want the popunder to go under the main window they were looking at (not the popup window)
If I am in my main window, I have an href link to click for the popup.html window. This works fine, and I tried to put the code into the popup.html to load the popunder upon exit. What a disaster. It loads on TOP of the main window because of course it is trying to popunder the popup.
I have a popup window that comes up when a user doesn't have access to a certain page within my site. The problem is when a user clicks on something the popup window comes up but the bigger sized window of that popup comes up in the background as well. I am trying to have my popup window come up while the original page I clicked from is still focused/seen in the background. This is the code I currently am using, can anyone help me with what I am missing. I have a back button but I won't need that if I want to maintain the original page in the background. Instead I will use a close button.
I am building a CMS and will have an Image browser built with it. When articles are added the will be able to open up the image browser when they find the image they want to insert I would like to send it(and ID from my database) into that textarea where the article is in(in the main window). So basically sending a value from popup to the main window(textarea). Is there a way i can do it.
I'm having a problem rewriting a window with a popup I made. I'm using Debian Woody with Mozilla 1.0. I can make the popups, but I cannot rewrite the original window with the new information gathered from the popup. Can someone please make some suggestions. I've got most of my information from an old copy of the Rhino book.
I have two PHP scripts. The popup script (calendar.php) is linked from the main navigation of the website. When it is clicked, the calendar popups up and the dates are linked. For example; the 24th July 2004 would read: events.php?day=24&month=7&year=2004
However, I require this information to be passed back to the MAIN window so that it can be displayed in a full screen.
Can somebody tell me how I can make a popup window appear behind the main browser window by modifying the script below to do this? I would like it so the popup will load but they won't see it until they close the main window.
I'm looking for nice solution to handle file downloads. The problem with classic link in <a href="file"> is that in case of missing file, the main browser window is reloaded with 404 error, but I'd like to present to user a popup message without reload of main browser window.
All works for IE, but when coming to mozilla ,firefox the refresh is a step delayed, i.e when I open my popup to add an itme to my cart on parent page ,for the first time it does not show anything , but when I try to add another item , the first one shows.
Put a link on my page that will open an external site (over which I have no control) in a pop-up window. When the user closes the pop-up, I want my original page to redirect to another page. The difficulty I'm having is that I can't add any code to the page in the pop-up as it's not my site.
I'm developing a chat module for our cms. Its working mostly, but I need to make it so that in some situations when someone closes a window that it does a xmlhttprequest to mark the session as closed.Some lite reading seems tell me there is no onclose event, but there is an unload event. Further reading leads me to believe that the unload event may not work when a window is closed.
I am looking to write some code that, once the window is closed, it runs some extra JS which loads a *.php file through an AJAX call. In theory to me it sounds simple but for some reason I cannot get it working. I tried the "onload" attribute but then found that triggers with refresh and links (not good). I simply need the JS code to start running some other JS when the window closes.
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 need to remember the time when user closes the window and later when he/she comes back, site will highlight latest news that happened when user was offline. So far the best solution I have found is jquery.unload (since I use jquery): it sends some data to php script (which remembers the time) via ajax when unload event triggers, so is it the best way to solve this problem?
I am encountering a problem where I have a window and there are three frames, one in the left, right and in the bottom. The bottom most frame has common submit buttons. There are several tabs in left frame. Each one loads a different form on the right frame. After fetching the contents of the form from user, I am validating the text fields in the form using onChange() event handler. After entering the text value in the textbox, if I press Submit directly, the "Submit" as well as the validation routine happens concurrently. Only at the end of validation, the field is marked as dirty. Now, if field is not marked dirty, the Submit function will close the window without actually submitting as nothing was changed. So when an invalid value is entered and the Submit is pressed directly, an alert pops up temporarily but the close() call from the parent frame immediately closes the alert window before user can respond. This problem does not occur in IE as in IE, unless the alert window is responded, the close() call cannot close the alert window. Code:
i have som trouble creating a login form which should only display on click.I have an image button with an a href and according class "setvisible" to make a div called "login_box" visible on click.The following should be possible:
-> Click on "Login"
-> Form opens
-> Click on "Login" again should close the form
-> Click outsithe the "login_box" div should close the form also
I've managed to get it working so far but my problem is that everytime you click in a field inside the login_box div the div closes.. I know thats because of the ('document').mouseup function but i don't know how to do it the right way.I know i could do this with "toggle" but i'd like to have fadeIn / fadeOut effect instead of just"show" and "hide"..here you can see a live working sample (click the blue login button):[url].....