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pop up window without changing parent window

Posted on 2003-10-30
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this is the script

<form method="post" action="apply_DTR.asp">
<input name="taskDTR" type="radio" value="personnel" checked>Personnel Record

<input name="taskDTR" type="radio" value="biometrics">
Biometrics record

<input type="image" border="0" src="images/submit.gif" >
</form

if i choose personnel record, it will go to apply_DTR.asp
and if choose biometrics record,pop up window will display and
the parent window will not change.

how is that?

thanks!
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Question by:ziaguintu5
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bhagyesht earned 50 total points
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if this is the behaviour and you want to understand it then check for a script tag and an event registered this it should be changing the form's action property (either in the html page or js/vbs file)

if you want this behaviour then onsubmit event of the form call a function this function will check the value if personnel record is selected then doesnt change anything if biometrics is chosen then the form's target can be specified as _new so that it comes in a new window.
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