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    hide title bar

    is it possible to hide the title bar of the web browser by placing code in with the hyperlink's code

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    ::: certified wild guess :::

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnjohn2
    is it possible to hide the title bar of the web browser by placing code in with the hyperlink's code
    Note that IE on XP SP2 has a popup blocker and if the window tries to position the title bar outside of the user's screen the blocker will not allow it to open, adn fullscreen is no longer allowed either.

    So you may want to stay far away from this idea.

    Charles

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    Would something like a date picker be blocked by IE?

    Quote Originally Posted by Guimauve
    Note that IE on XP SP2 has a popup blocker and if the window tries to position the title bar outside of the user's screen the blocker will not allow it to open, adn fullscreen is no longer allowed either.

    So you may want to stay far away from this idea.

    Charles

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    No, but you would have to keep the title bar there.

    The idea is that if the user is the one who requested the information (by clicking on something) the pop-up would be allowed.

    if you have script that opens a popup without a user explicitly requesting it, it will be blocked. The user is notified that it was blocked and they can allow it if they want to.

    Charles


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