Hi, Upon clicking a link in my parent window, I have used window.open() funtion to open a child window with specified width and height. But if i click the link again in my parent window,its opening another new child window instead of reloading in the existing child window. is it possible to avoid it., Regards Balaji
Hi, I copied the code into a html file nothing comes up. Can you please give a code which i can just paste into a file and give it.html extension and see what u r saying. I think this is to do with reclaiming the obj created. Thanks If you want to email it to me my email id is email@example.com
Please help. Regards Balaji[/qb]<hr></blockquote> [ August 08, 2002: Message edited by: Anu Kha ]
Hi All; I've got a question that is somewhat related to this one. If I was using a window to simply write to it instead of linking it to an URL how do I replace the code in the window with new code. Right now I try doing this and the new code being written to it gets concatenated onto what is already there. Any suggestions? Thanks to any suggestions. Rob
the document.open() and close() methods should replace the existing document.
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Just came across, MUCH LATER I know. How do you declare the mywindow object? I'm basically using this window as a lookup window. Once a search is complete in the main window I send stuff to this window. On subsequent sends to the window (as I mentioned) things get concatenated on. Do you happen to have a small section of code to illustrate this. I should also point out that I want a bit of control over the open (i.e. statusbar on and resizable enabled). Thanks again.