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    Positioning New Window??

    I wonder how to Positioning new Window near the button i've made, in this case i have a Calendar Button, but the position window that open the calendar can't be fixed, so when I scrolled the page behind calendar window, the calendar window moving too....
    I've read from the MSDN, but there's no way too fixed the coordinate point to the calendar button....
    Anyone can help me,thx...

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    Is this related to ASP?

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    I think what you want to do is related to Javascript.

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    No2, i use the VBScript to open the new window

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    But it's still client side VBScript? And so not really related to ASP?

    What is it you're trying to achieve? You want the calendar to move when you scroll the page behind it? Or that's what you don't want to happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by endrue
    ...there's no way too fixed the coordinate point to the calendar button....
    The calendar "window" isn't exactly a new window, it's a div/layer?

    Or a "Calendar behaviour" ?

    (And, yes, this is client side scripting, not ASP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdilloway
    But it's still client side VBScript? And so not really related to ASP?

    What is it you're trying to achieve? You want the calendar to move when you scroll the page behind it? Or that's what you don't want to happen?
    I don't want it to happen, but how...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jofa
    The calendar "window" isn't exactly a new window, it's a div/layer?

    Or a "Calendar behaviour" ?

    (And, yes, this is client side scripting, not ASP)
    yes i'm wrong, it's right that it's still client side scripting ,thx to correct it..
    But I think it's still no way to position the calendar popup near the button and not moving within the scroll.....

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    Any code example you want to share with us?


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