type=fullWindowfor Netscape, and
fullscreen(without any value) for MSIE. So, for example, this command in popup script opens a full screen window:
window.open(href, windowname, ',type=fullWindow,fullscreen,scrollbars=yes');
which gives us this page.
Notice that in the
open() command there is no
width properties. Leave those properties out or Netscape won't open the window in full screen mode.
In MSIE there are only two ways to close the full screen window. Most people don't know the first (press
<A HREF="linking_famsupp_87.html" onClick="return targetopener(this,true,true)">close</A>
The link in this example closes the full screen window and gives the focus to the opener, but only if the window actually is full screen and was opened from another window. If those conditions aren't true (and they wouldn't be if, for example, the user found the page through an external search engine), then the current window goes to the linked resource.Copyright 1997-2002 Idocs Inc. Content in this guide is offered freely to the public under the terms of the Open Content License and the Open Publication License. Contents may be redistributed or republished freely under these terms so long as credit to the original creator and contributors is maintained.