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how to make a .html document....

Julian Julikov
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Joined: Jun 01, 2002
Posts: 2
how to make a .html document without a addressbar...tollbar...menubar...I dont have expirience with java, onli with HTML tags and sintaxis.I need the code...and sintax.
one way is to make a like popup window...and link on another web page.....but i want to make index.html(the first web page) without adressbar...toolbar...menu bar.
Thanks in advance...
Eric Pascarello
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Joined: Nov 08, 2001
Posts: 15376
    
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THere is no way to do it!! Sorry to say..
Your best chance to do it is with an onload pop up window..
Rob Hunter
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Joined: Apr 09, 2002
Posts: 815
Hi Julian,
Just wondering on what way you might be using this page. If you intend to use application as a kiosk, for example, and you are using NS you can set the browser to kiosk or super-kiosk mode.
This mode gets rid of the menu bar, toolbar, and just about everything else on the page. This, however, can be only set (to my knowledge) on the client side so thats why I ask if you are setting up a kiosk or not on an intranet. If you have this on the web and not an intranet then I don't believe you can do what you are looking for unless a new window is open.
Rob
 
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