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Old December 11th, 2006, 05:32 AM
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Default how to hide IE's addressbar, toolbar and menubar?

hi all.
i have an aspx page and want when client opens it, address bar, menu bar, statusbar and toolbar of the client's browser become hidden and also i want to be able to set the size of browser.
please help me.

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Has anyone resolved this as I am interested in doing the same

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Hiding the toolbars can not be done server side; you will need some sort of ActiveX control that will hide these elements.

Setting the size of the browser window can be done through Javascript.

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<script language=javascript>
    function openpage(htmlurl)
        var newwin=window.open(htmlurl,"newWin","toolbar=no,lo cation=no,directories=no,status=no,scrollbars=yes, menubar=no,resizable=yes,top=100,left=200,width=65 0,height=300");
        return false;

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Good One... It has worked..
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Will any popup blocker block the above code?

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I have found that code like that gets blocked by popup blockers if it's executed automatically/immediately. For example if it's called by the body.onLoad event. However, when called "manually" by a user click event, it may not get blocked. You'll have to experiment to see for sure, and different blockers will likely work differently.


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