HTML + Javascript/VBScript (urgent) (a way to load a parent window offscreen ?)

Posted on 2005-04-20
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Can I load a page that is off screen ? So that the page doesnt even show up on the screen ? That page in turn calls one that is fullscreen since the parent cant ?
Question by:intertise
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    Expert Comment

    You could load into a hidden frame and play hide and seek with it.  It all sound rather defective from the description.  If you provide some detila of what it is you are trying to accomplish you will have a lot better chance of getting a solution.  What we have at this point is pretty vague.

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    It sound very similar to this question:

    What intertise a way to load the parent screen (as in the only page you see) fullscreen, so without title bar etc...

    Since you't open a parent window fullscreen, he wants to load a page that you don't it can load the page that the user DOES fullscreen mode...

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    Accepted Solution

    "Since you can't" even...sometimes I'm a bit silly while typing...hey...I'm a sue me.. ;)

    Author Comment

    yes, exactly. these are pages that are shown on screens all over the place where there is no user interaction. Since I cant make it full screen, maybe I can make it show up offscreen :P

    Author Comment

    I dont like to give up lol.

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