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As the child window gets closed the IFRAME redirects to another page

Posted on 2004-09-27
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The parent page is composed of an IFRAME named 'f1' alongwith an ID 'frame1'. The page that reloads in IFRAME is named as "ProductList.asp". As I click on any link from the IFRAME page, a new window opens. What I want is that when I click on the button in new window, the child window gets closed, moreover the IFRAME in parent page redirects to "ListSuppliers.asp". What code shall be followed? I used the following but it didn't work out.

<script language="JavaScript">

      function CloseWin()
     {
        window.frames['f1'].src = "ListSuppliers.asp"
        window.close();
     }

</script>

<form name="prodInfo">
<input type=button value="Close Window" onClick="CloseWin()">
</form>
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Question by:adnan_from_hiit
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Roonaan earned 20 total points
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try adding
opener.location.href="new location";

to your closewin function.

-r-
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by:adnan_from_hiit
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let me try
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by:adnan_from_hiit
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Thanx it worked...............
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