RE: [NH] open new window when use a link ....
> I have a question that I am not sure how to ask ... I want to use....
> information on ERA main website from a link on my ERA customers
> website and when they go to ERA main from a link on the my
> customers page (which I am writing)it opens a second window? NOW
> when you use the link on my page it goes to the ERA main page but
> they have disconnected the back button so that it is not easy to
> get back to the original ERA page ... does anyone know how ....
> 1. How ERA caused the back button not to work.
>it opens a second window?This has nothing to do with ERA but it is how it is.
The window object is a top-level object
When you open a new window it bears no relationship to the the window which
If you open a page in the same window (a normal link) then the the other
objects which belong to it , like the history object,(the back button) would
- Bill *||:>) wrote:
Thanks grant ... beginning to think no one loved ... me ha ha ..
If you open a page in the same window (a normal link) then the
objects which belong to it , like the history object,(the back
button) would work.
Bill *||:>) wrote:
I think I see what you mean if there is no history then the back
button is not there so that the back button is a function of
where you have been ?
Unless it is my imagination I have been to pages that grey out
the back button when I did have previous history ... how do you
What I did so far is to write a page
which has a popup window that goes to
ERA search pages and such ... with no tool bar
so that the customer continues to have a window
that has era ginter brown .... and a window which
has all the functions of era main pages ... here is
the pop up window code for anyone that wants to play
with it ....
Of course going off to era main pages makes my pages look plain .
My customer does not have the budget for the same type pages that
era main. Any suggestions as how to dress up ERA ginter brown
without slowing it down ... ?