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changing title of alert box

 
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Hi all,

I am trying to use JavaScript to pop up error/warning messages on my JSP page. Is there any way to change the title of the alert box in java script? On IE, the title appears as "Microsoft Internet Explorer" and for Mozilla the title appears as the URL of the page. I want to standardise this. Any suggestions on this would be great.

Thanks n Regards,
Naveen
 
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No,

You either have to learn to deal with what the browser does, or you have to build a cutom one out of layers or fine a third party tool that does it and realize that it is impossible to get it to work like a real alert.

Eric
 
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