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This is what I have so far the syntax is wrong and I can't seem to get it. I want  it to open 400px by 300px.


$strOut .= ' <a id="newsExtra'.$row['ID'].'" class="extra news" href="javascript:window.open("news/readnews.php?ID='.$row['ID'].'")" title="Read the full article with complete formatting" target="_blank"">Full Article</a>'."\n";
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by:babuno5
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try this out
$strOut .= ' <a id="newsExtra'.$row['ID'].'" class="extra news" href="javascript:window.open(\'news/readnews.php?ID="'.$row['ID'].'"\')" title="Read the full article with complete formatting" target="_blank"">Full Article</a>'."\n";
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by:babuno5
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sorry missed a double quote
$strOut .= ' <a id="newsExtra'.$row['ID'].'" class="extra news" href="javascript:window.open(\'news/readnews.php?ID="'.$row['ID'].'"\')" title="Read the full article with complete formatting" target="_blank">Full Article</a>'."\n";
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by:roscoeh23
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It does not work it just opens this..

javascript:window.open('news/readnews.php?ID=

it just cuts off where the php value should be
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$strOut .= ' <a id="newsExtra'.$row['ID'].'" class="extra news" href="javascript:window.open(\'news/readnews.php?ID='.$row['ID'].'\')" title="Read the full article with complete formatting" target="_blank">Full Article</a>'."\n";
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by:babuno5
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Defining height and width of the window

$strOut .= ' <a id="newsExtra'.$row['ID'].'" class="extra news" href="javascript:window.open(\'news/readnews.php?ID='.$row['ID'].'\',\'mywindow\',\'width=400,height=300\')" title="Read the full article with complete formatting" target="_blank">Full Article</a>'."\n";
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hernst42 earned 2000 total points
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If you open a new window via javascript there is no need to give a target. Try:

$strOut .= ' <a id="newsExtra'.$row['ID'].'" class="extra news" href="#" onclick="window.open(\'news/readnews.php?ID='.$row['ID'].'\',\'\',\'width=400,height=300\'); return false" title="Read the full article with complete formatting">Full Article</a>'."\n";
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