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FP2002 how do I force a .html to open a certain size & no menu's?

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I'm using FrontPage 2002 & I'm trying create a page that when opened will only open to a specified size & have no visible menu's or scroll bars.  I'd appreciate any help with this.

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ClassyLinks earned 50 total points
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Hi there.

You do this from the link to the page.

Put this little JavaScript in your <head> section:

<script language="JavaScript">

<!--//BEGIN Script

function new_window(url) {

link = window.open(url,"Link","toolbar=0,location=0,directories=0,status=0,menubar=0,scrollbars=1,resizable=1,width=600,height=500,left=40,top=50");

}
//END Script-->
</script>

Then you can call your links like this:

<a href="javascript:new_window('http://www.canada411.sympatico.ca/')">Canada 411</a>

Set a feature to 0 if you want to disable it.  Change the width & height parameters to the size of window you want to open and the left/top to where you want it to appear on the screen.

HTH
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by:condit
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ClassyLinks

I should explain a little bit more about what the final outcome will be.  I'm trying to get a cd I'm creating to "autorun" a .html file set to a paticular size w/no menues showing.  From this .html page you will have the option of opening the website from the cd-rom or installing an .exe file.
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Aye, there's the rub.

AFAIK, Unless you have your autorun hitting a link, you cannot control how the browser opens.  That is a user setting.
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how are you calling the html from the auto run?  Maybe we can work with that (but I don't know much about autoruns so bare with me.)
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ClassyLinks

actually I did accomplish what I was trying to do with your first suggestion.  Thank you very much.

condit
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You are welcome...I'm glad to help.

Stop by any time  8-)
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