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Taken From The Forum: Archived Topics for the old Version 3.0 JavaScript Menu
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Poster: shuff19 __at__
Dated: Friday January 25 2002 - 18:41:37 GMT

Is it possible to open a pop-up from your menu??

Re: pop-up

Poster: suzack1 __at__
Dated: Wednesday March 27 2002 - 18:13:22 GMT

I've find the answer myself after looking at the script... I've come up with this... I't works great...

,"Menu Description","\"abc.jsp\",\"_new\",\"toolbar=no,location=no,directories=no,status=no,scrollbars=no,resizable=no,copyhistory=no,menuBar=no,width=200,height=200,top=10,left=10\");void(\"\")",,"#",0

Re: pop-up

Poster: amit41277 __at__
Dated: Thursday March 28 2002 - 13:32:03 GMT

Much obliged, tioui.

I copied and pasted your line of code and indeed it does as you say.

One more thing I learned about the possibilities of these menus.

Please share any additional insights, tricks, hints, as you discover them in due course.

How does the copyhistory switch work? What is it meant to do?

Re: pop-up

Poster: erf22 __at__
Dated: Thursday March 28 2002 - 17:07:08 GMT

Where is the copyhistory switch????

Re: pop-up

Poster: omgcyrilic __at__
Dated: Thursday March 28 2002 - 20:48:18 GMT

>>Where is the copyhistory switch????

Right in your line of code: copyhistory=no

i.e. it's in the off position ["no"]

I was wondering what would happen if I switched it on [copyhistory=yes].


Re: pop-up

Poster: elysestreet __at__
Dated: Thursday March 28 2002 - 21:21:49 GMT

Thank you!!!

I did use your code ... but is there any way to center this pop-up to make it look it cool with a low and high screen resolution?

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Have a great day,

Re: pop-up

Poster: riolive __at__
Dated: Friday March 29 2002 - 3:07:09 GMT

All the "no" are variables for the pop-up... Try "yes"...
You can change the no with 0 and yes with 1

Re: pop-up

Poster: seang __at__
Dated: Friday March 29 2002 - 10:47:15 GMT

Thank you very much for your reply.

I probably explained my concern wrong.

In your code you offer the position of the pop up (top=50,left=50) ... when I enter these figures (50) the pop up might look ok with a screen resolution 800 x 600 but with 1024 x 768 this pop up is hanging somewhere on the top; not in the middle of the screen.

Is there any way that this can be realized? It would be fantastic!

Have a nice day,

Re: pop-up

Poster: heraldbecker __at__
Dated: Friday March 29 2002 - 15:22:20 GMT

You need DHTML script to open new windows, Here is a link to get the script: ... center.htm

Re: pop-up

Poster: lefou __at__
Dated: Saturday March 30 2002 - 4:43:21 GMT

I tried to use this script and put it somehow in the menu script but it doesn't seem to work :-(

But thanks anyway.


Re: pop-up

Poster: amitsm __at__
Dated: Saturday March 30 2002 - 7:12:13 GMT

For the cross-frames version of the menu [and perhaps for the non-frames] I suggest the following feature. I don't imagine it's too hard to design.

If I email a clickable option (or otherwise have it hanging out somewhere) to a certain page on the site, the click takes you there, but of course it bypasses the framed website and shows the page minus its proper setting. The same page is of course one of the menu options.

I would like to be able to further specify the click with a default menu option as if the person had gone to the website and clicked menu option X. So the user sees the specified page within the framed setting of the site.

So I might email http:/ and the site loads with the menu option executed as a load default.