close iframe and refresh the main page

Posted on 2007-11-29
Last Modified: 2008-05-30
i installed this script
and it looks like this:
(using iframe inside the window)

the code to close this open iframe is onclick="self.parent.tb_remove();"
(if you paste it from inside the iframe)

now, i got a change password page that opens inside this window...when the user wrote his new pasword and got a response.write "password changed"...i want that after few seconds this window will be cose(timeout and self.parent.tb_remove();") but main problem is how when this page closes to refresh the main page too...

i realy don;t know if it doable but i will hope someone help:)
Question by:sasha85
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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 20380355
how about
onClick="parent.tb_remove(); parent.location.reload(1)"

Author Comment

ID: 20382127 work with a button but how can o do this i put it into code that will run when i will get to it?

i mean i can put it into script that will run this when the code bump into this code?

Author Comment

ID: 20382188
after changing the pasword i want that there will be response write "pasword changed" and then
after 5 seconds that ="parent.tb_remove(); parent.location.reload(1)"

i cannot use body onload cause it's all in one page and it will be closed before user filled the fields...
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Michel Plungjan earned 500 total points
ID: 20382599
... %>
password changed...
function changeIt() {
  parent.tb_remove(); parent.location.reload(1);

<% ...

Author Comment

ID: 20387079 la mplungjan!
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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 20387240

Registration date: 10/27/2007
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