3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 5, 2009 4:01 AM by _Natasha_

    TitleWindow

    Vitor Wsis

      Hi,

       

      When i execute a link to a TitleWindow, it shows as part of the application (browser windows)

      Is it possible by executing the very same link to get the TitleWindow in a new browser window, external to the main page (application)?

       

      And if it is, how do i do it?

        • 1. Re: TitleWindow
          _Natasha_ Level 4

          Hi,

          yes, it's possible.

           

          You can create another application with this titleWindow and create a link to open in new window (with target="_blank")

          Any parameterms you can set to URL.

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          • 2. Re: TitleWindow
            Vitor Wsis Level 1

            Hi,

             

            I need to hide: MenusBar, StatusBar, Scrolls, Buttons!

            How can i control the browser windows?

            Can you help me?

            • 3. Re: TitleWindow
              _Natasha_ Level 4

              Hi,

              JS have all you need.

               

              oNewDoc = document.open(sUrl [, sName] [, sFeatures] [, bReplace])

              Parameters

              sUrlRequired. When opening a new document, sUrl is a String that  specifies a Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type for the document.  When opening a new window, sUrl is a String that specifies the URL  to render in the new window. If a sUrl is not specified, a new window  with about:blank is displayed.
              text/htmlDefault. Currently the only MIME type supported for this  method.
              sNameOptional. When opening up a new document, specifying the String replace for sName designates that the new  document is to replace the current document in the history list. If the value  replace is not specified when opening up a  document, a new entry will simply be added to the history list. When opening a  window, this is a String that specifies the name of the window. The value  of this parameter may be specified as the value of the TARGET  attribute for a form or a element. This value will  then will define this new window as the place to load a document. 
              replaceThis value is only used for opening up a new document and specifies that the  new document is to replace the current entry in the history list.
              _blankWhen opening a window, the sUrl is loaded into a new, unnamed  window.
              _parentWhen opening a new window, the sUrl is loaded into the current  frame's parent. If the frame has no parent, this value acts as the value _self.
              _searchAvailable in Internet Explorer 5 and later. When opening a window, the  sUrl is opened in the browser's search pane.
              _selfWhen opening a window, the current document is replaced with the specified  sUrl .
              _topsUrl replaces any framesets that may be loaded. If there are no  framesets defined, this value acts as the value _self.
              _mediaAvailable in Internet Explorer 6 and later. The sUrl is loaded in the  Media Bar.
              sFeaturesOptional. This String is only used when opening a new window and  specifies the settings of the window's display features. This parameter is a  list of items separated by commas. Each item consists of an option and a value,  separated by an equals sign (for example, "fullscreen=yes, toolbar=yes"). The  following features are supported.
              channelmode = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display the window in theater mode and show the channel  band. The default is no.
              directories = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to add directory buttons. The default is  yes.
              fullscreen = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display the browser in full-screen mode. The default is  no. Use full-screen mode carefully. Because this mode hides the browser's  title bar and menus, you should always provide a button or other visual clue to  help the user close the window. ALT+F4 closes the new window. A window in  full-screen mode must also be in theater mode (channelmode).
              height = numberSpecifies the height of the window, in pixels. The minimum value is 100.
              left = numberSpecifies the left position, in pixels. This value is relative to the  upper-left corner of the screen. The value must be greater than or equal to 0.
              location = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display the input field for entering URLs directly into  the browser. The default is yes.
              menubar = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display the menu bar. The default is  yes.
              resizable = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display resize handles at the corners of the window.  The default is yes.
              scrollbars = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display horizontal and vertical scroll bars. The  default is yes.
              status = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to add a status bar at the bottom of the window. The  default is yes.
              titlebar = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display a title bar for the window. This parameter is  ignored unless the calling application is an HTML Application  or a trusted dialog box. The default is yes.
              toolbar = { yes | no | 1 | 0 }Specifies whether to display the browser toolbar, making buttons such as  Back, Forward, and Stop available. The default is yes.
              top = numberSpecifies the top position, in pixels. This value is relative to the  upper-left corner of the screen. The value must be greater than or equal to 0.
              width = numberSets the width of the window, in pixels. The minimum value is 100.
              bReplaceOptional. When the sUrl is loaded into the same window, this  Boolean parameter specifies whether the sUrl creates a new entry  or replaces the current entry in the window's history list. 
              truesUrl replaces the current document in the history list
              falsesUrl creates a new entry in the history list.