window.open title bar problem
Hi, i have a window that opens when a visitor clicks on a link. The html file that is loaded into this window has this title set in is title tags:
The Paroles Guestbook
...but when the window is opened the title bar reads:
" " http://www.theparoles.co.uk - The Paroles Guestbook
How do i stop the part in the title bar from being displayed? (if it is possible) http://www.theparoles.co.uk -
This is the code i am using to open the window:
<a class="nav" onclick="MyWindow=window.open('http://www.theparoles.co.uk/guestbook.html','MyWindow','toolbar=no,location=no,directories=no,status=no,menubar=no,scrollbars=ye s,resizable=no,width=740,height=520,left=100,top=100'); return false;" href="#">Guestbook</a>
Thanks for any help
The title is already set to The Paroles Guestbook:
<title>The Paroles Guestbook</title>
I suspect this is some kind of FireFox option, because with IE I don't get the address first. Couldn't find it yet, though.
This orange ad for MacroMedia Studio 8 is the ugliest thing I've ever seen.
Ive only changed the code on this page:
To see my problem go to this page and then click on guestbook.
The title bar displays: http://www.theparoles.co.uk - The Paroles Guestbook
I only want it to display: The Paroles Guestbook , without the domain address.
(and i have set the title tags in the html page to this title)
please help, thanks
What you are seeing is an option set up in your own browser. When I looked at the page the title bar appeared according to my browser settings which does not include the address.
I was having the same problem.. then I realized that it happens for a securitiy reason! Since we have disabilited de NAV BAR, the browser uses the title space to show to the client where he is. Itīs not very pretty, but itīs reasonable
location=yes try this....:-)
this works for me
this post is from 7 years ago. I dont think hes going to respond
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