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Could any one please show me the code that when I click on a button : my Internet Explorer will run and it will go to a specified site, such as : www.experts-exchange.com
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Question by:kianh
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Runtime.getRuntime().exec("rundll32 url.dll,FileProtocolHandler http://www.experts-exchange.com");
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by:vasan_sr
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Hi,
  just use the following Code
 
1. <input type=submit value=click onclick="javascript:window.open('http://www.experts-exchange.com')">

      the above code will open in a new window as such

2. if u want to give window width and height u can use the following code
 
<input type=submit value=click onclick="javascript:openwin1()">
<script language="JavaScript">
function openwin1(){
window.open("http://www.experts-exchange.com",""," width=500, height=300,top=25,left=25");
}
</script>
 
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by:valipotor
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Venci75 , your method will only work on Windows machines, it's too specific. This is not the purpose of Java.
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by:Venci75
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As you can see - he said - Internet Explorer
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