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Modifying the window.open() parameters

Vic Hood
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Hi folks,
Im kind a new to Javascript . Im trying to use a JS function to call throw a pop as below

Here IM being able to set the height ,width,top attributes correctly but none of the other parameters seem to work like resizable =no,or location =no. Why could this be happening?

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Eric Pascarello
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Modern day browsers have options built in to prevent the window from hiding those. Look at your browser settings.

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Vic Hood
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Hey Eric!
Thanks for replying . I'm using the built in browser in eclipse , which is IE if I'm not mistaken. How do I modify its settings? To go about writing the popup?
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Use a real browser for testing. IDEs are smoke and mirrors and do not reflect the real world.


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Vic Hood
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okay will do! So im assuming my syntax is right?
 
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