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    Hello, I am not sure if this is HTML or Javascript question, please forgive me if this is in the wrong forum.

    How can I open a new window, the new window has to have no title bar, and the size must be fixed?

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    A Javascript question. Depending on how you go about it, some browsers/popup software may kill your window.

    http://carcino.gen.nz/tech/web/popups.php , http://javascript.internet.com/gener...up-window.html

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    Thank you very much. I think that script allows me to add the javascript to indervidual links, codes I've looked at the html file is set in the script code which is not what I want.

    I have found out two problems which you've triggered in my mind:
    • Popup blockers
    • Browsers with Java disabled


    This could be quite a big problem, is Java used less and less these days?

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    Javascript should be used only to "enhance" a visitors' experience to your site. If the visitor doens't have js enabled, then he/she should still have access to everything that hte user with js has. So ... for example, if you have a drop-down menu using js (like the suckerfish menu), then you should still have the items of the drop-down menu available once you get in for the js disabled visitor.

    So ... you can still use it, just be very careful on what you use it for
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    Cheeseplant ...

    How about a pure CSS pop-up box that doesn't use Javascripting.

    I don't have a good example, but this is sort of the idea ...
    http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/menus/demo.html

    maybe you can work with something like that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim
    Cheeseplant ...

    How about a pure CSS pop-up box that doesn't use Javascripting.

    I don't have a good example, but this is sort of the idea ...
    http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/menus/demo.html

    maybe you can work with something like that.
    That's a good technique I like that. Perhaps if I stare at it for another half an hour I might fully understand it. What do these mean ">" in the CSS? I've not come across use of that symbol yet?
    Edit - it looks to me like it's almost a command - on the hover, then apply the css that comes after the ">" am I on the right track?

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    It's called a childSelector and it applies the rule to only the children of parent.

    http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/select...hild-selectors


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim
    It's called a childSelector and it applies the rule to only the children of parent.

    http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/select...hild-selectors
    Thanks

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    When you come up with something, give us a link.
    I'm curious to see what you figured out.



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