Tuesday, September 17, 2002 03:38 AM
avoid using white spaces with window.open method. Netscape has some probles with parsing the method's options including white spaces
Monday, September 16, 2002 02:07 AM
I suck at JS but if the window had a unique name, then each additional window (with the same name) would replace the contents of the original window, instead of opening a new window.
I think you can give your window a name by changing the line:
newWindow = window.open('https://' + urlLocation, 'win', myFeatures);
newWindow = window.name.open('https://' + urlLocation, 'win', myFeatures);
Sorry I replied. Probably just messed everything up :(
Wish someone would fix my JS problem.