Hello Everybody, In my application I have used window.createPopup(); method at client side in my application and Iam getting this error in Netsacpe7.1 and Mozilla that window.createPopup() is not a function. Can anybody tell me what is the alternative way to use another method instead of window.createPopup() ,as I ahve tried on msdn also but Iam not able to find any other alternative . Thanks in advance , do tell me if you have any idea.
Thanks for responding ,well I am using window.createPopup(); and it works perfectly in IE but it gaves the same error in Netscape71. and Mozilla .
</script> </head> <body> This is a testing page for the script </body> </html>
I exceute this simple code but Iam getting the same error" window.createPopup() is not afunction" as I was getting earlier in Netscape and Mozilla. So csn u tell me what is other way to solve this problem. Please help me.
createPopup is an Internet Explorer specific method, and most likely available only in the later versions of IE only.
Thanks for responding and helping me, well whatever u have mentioned is correct and now Iam going through the link which u have given. So I will try and will tell u whether it has been solved or not. Thanks for responding and helping me.
Hi Jasmine, Just curious... why do you find the open method not suitable for what you are trying to do? You should be able to just use the open method and write whatever you want to it. Does this not work in NS7?
Hello Everybody , Thanks for helping me well I will try all the ideas given by u now and will tell u whether its works or not. Well see the problem is with window.createPopup() which is not supported by the Netscape7.1 and Mozilla , so thats why i asked for another way. Well thanks for helping me and now iam going to use all the suggestions suggested by all of you. Thanks alot. I will get back to you soon. Thanks
It is very nice object. You can look at ot here: Popup Object Ofcourse, if you dont intent to be completly cross-browser and fine with 98% of users that use IE. I used it for example for context menu on multi frame page - everything else was just not working and I did not like how window.open() looked in that case.