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how can i maximise the internet explorer when i call a jsp page.
Jul 23 '05 #1
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On 6 May 2004 00:47:53 -0700, mi*****@rediffmail.com (mihir maniar)
wrote:
how can i maximise the internet explorer when i call a jsp page.


I *think* this will work:

window.resizeTo(((screen.width/2)*2),((screen.height/2)*2))

Note the redundancy as space holders for making modifications.

mike
Jul 23 '05 #2
rule of thumb:
resize the height to screen height - (+/- 30)
and position window to 0,0

else the rest of the window will sit below the taskbar, and it'll position
itself in the next reserved cascade position

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On 6 May 2004 00:47:53 -0700, mi*****@rediffmail.com (mihir maniar)
wrote:
how can i maximise the internet explorer when i call a jsp page.


I *think* this will work:

window.resizeTo(((screen.width/2)*2),((screen.height/2)*2))

Note the redundancy as space holders for making modifications.

mike

Jul 23 '05 #3
Dominique wrote:

Please do not top post to comp.lang.javascirpt. The FAQ details
appropriate posting style for this group (among other things).
rule of thumb:
resize the height to screen height - (+/- 30)
and position window to 0,0
Rule of thumb:

Any assumptions about the presence, dimensions and location of OS
features, especially those subject to user configuration, are invalid in
Internet browser scripts.
else the rest of the window will sit below the taskbar, and it'll
position itself in the next reserved cascade position


Apart from the obvious fact that the OS is not necessarily Microsoft
Windows, the size and location of the taskbar are subject to user
modification/preferences.

Richard.
Jul 23 '05 #4

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