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How to close a parent modal window when child modal window opens?

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I need to know how to close a parent modal window when child modal
window opens, also i need to know the syntax for writing document on
the modal window on the fly, like what we do in case of normal window.

Actually, I tried to close the parent window from the child modal
window using
parent.close syntax in onload event in child modal window. It actually
closes the parent modal window, but the child modal window is not
opened, why it is so ?

please give me suggestion to do the same at the earliest

Thanks & Regards
Gopal
Jul 23 '05 #1
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On 4 Nov 2004 21:59:39 -0800, gopal srinivasan wrote:
I need to know how to close a parent modal window when child modal
window opens,
Click the 'x' button in the upper right.

What.. you mean you want to use JS to do that in *my* browser?
Leave my browser the heck alone. I'll close your dang window
when I feel like it, that's even assuming my pop-up blockers
allow the child window in the first place..
..also i need
'needy' person, aren't you? ;-)
..to know the syntax for writing document on
the modal window on the fly, like what we do in case of normal window. ... please give me suggestion to do the same at the earliest


Usenet does not work like that.

You get answers when (and if) others feel like answering.
Further, the suggestions might amount to "*Don't* do that".

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