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Old June 24th, 2003, 09:32 AM
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Default How do I open a Web page in full screen

I want to link to a page on our intranet
and want that page to open in full screen view.
How do I do this?
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<a href="#" onClick="window.open('yourURL.htm', '', 'fullscreen=yes'); return false">A link</a>


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That will work for IE 4+.

I don't think it works in Netscape.

Don't know what you would do in NS.

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(Old dog learning new tricks...)
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It'll work in Netscape 6+ (or at least 7+)...
Fullscreen is not possible in Netscape 4 (the closest to that is hiding the toolbar, address bar etc and set width to screen width and height to screen.height and then use the method window.moveTo(0, 0))...


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