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open a new window on form post

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hi,
i have a problem with javascript. i am able to open a new window without toolbar & menubar on a button/link click. how do i open a new window on form(post) submit.i want the data in the form to be posted and resulting page should be shown in new window without toolbar & menubar. is there any way to solve this? please can any one help on this?
thanks
veeru.
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Here you go:

<form action="whatever" method="post" target="newwin" onSubmit="window.open('', 'newwin', 'width=300,height=300');">


:o)

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thanks a lot. i will just try this and if there is any problem i will get back to you.
:o)
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Be careful - EE wraps lines of code sometimes when they shouldn't be wrapped - make sure the onSubmit is all on the same line otherwise you might get a javascript error.

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