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How do I add a MoveTo x y coordinates for this script?

Posted on 2004-04-17
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Hi Experts,

I want to move the  pop up window to the far right

function popuponclick()
{
  w1 = window.open("http://www.myweb.com/mypage.html", "mywindow","status=1,width=165,height=700");
}

THANKS
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Question by:indyng
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by:devic
ID: 10849198
hi indyng,
try this:
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function popuponclick()
{
      var w1 = window.open("about:blank", "mywindow","status=1,width=165,height=700");
      w1.moveTo(screen.width-165,0)
}
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by:indyng
ID: 10849222
devic

It's not working.
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Zvonko earned 500 total points
ID: 10849224
Or like this:

function popuponclick()
{
  w1 = window.open("http://www.myweb.com/mypage.html", "mywindow","left="+(screen.width-165)+"status=1,width=165,height=700");
}

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by:Zvonko
ID: 10849230
Or like this:

function popuponclick()
{
  w1 = window.open("http://www.myweb.com/mypage.html", "mywindow","top=0,left="+(screen.width-165)+",status=1,width=165,height=700");
  w1.focus();
}

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by:john-at-7fff
ID: 10849232
I would do it like this (this is a bit different from your starting point). The reason is that this gets tricky for different browsers.

<script>
function launchCenter(url, name, height, width) {
      var str = "height=" + height + ",innerHeight=" + height;
      str += ",width=" + width + ",innerWidth=" + width;
      if (window.screen) {
            var ah = screen.availHeight - 30;
            var aw = screen.availWidth - 10;
            var xc = aw - width;
            str += ",left=" + xc + ",screenX=" + xc;
      }
      return window.open(url, name, str);
}

var win = launchCenter('http://www.yahoo.com', 'right', 220, 440);
</script>

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by:john-at-7fff
ID: 10849237
So to have your original function name, it would be like this:

<script>
function launchCenter(url, name, height, width) {
      var str = "height=" + height + ",innerHeight=" + height;
      str += ",width=" + width + ",innerWidth=" + width;
      if (window.screen) {
            var ah = screen.availHeight - 30;
            var aw = screen.availWidth - 10;
            var xc = aw - width;
            str += ",left=" + xc + ",screenX=" + xc;
      }
      return window.open(url, name, str);
}

function popuponclick() {
launchCenter("http://www.myweb.com/mypage.html", "mywindow", 165, 700);
}
</script>
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