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changing titlebar

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Xam
Hi everybody

My web site pops out a new window, which has no address bar, buttons, etc
just the titlebar and scrollbar are the accepted features.

The thing is this pop-up window goes to another site to display pages on
this site and in IE the titlebar shows the url then my actual title text,
which is a bit annoying, eg http://www.mydomain.com - my title. In Safari
it shows just my title, which is great.

Is there anyway to force IE to just show my title rather than this URL?

Thanks XAM
Sep 30 '05 #1
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Xam said the following on 9/30/2005 3:35 PM:
Hi everybody

My web site pops out a new window, which has no address bar, buttons, etc
just the titlebar and scrollbar are the accepted features.
No, they are the "accepted features" that you attempt to enforce upon
your users.
The thing is this pop-up window goes to another site to display pages on
this site and in IE the titlebar shows the url then my actual title text,
which is a bit annoying, eg http://www.mydomain.com - my title. In Safari
it shows just my title, which is great. Is there anyway to force IE to just show my title rather than this URL?


No.
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Randy
comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq
Sep 30 '05 #2

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Xam
Sorry Randy

Bad English. These are the chosen features.

Thank you for the confirmation.
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Xam said the following on 9/30/2005 3:35 PM:
Hi everybody

My web site pops out a new window, which has no address bar, buttons, etc
just the titlebar and scrollbar are the accepted features.
No, they are the "accepted features" that you attempt to enforce upon
your users.
The thing is this pop-up window goes to another site to display pages on
this site and in IE the titlebar shows the url then my actual title text,
which is a bit annoying, eg http://www.mydomain.com - my title. In Safari
it shows just my title, which is great. Is there anyway to force IE to just show my title rather than this URL?


No.
--
Randy
comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq
Oct 1 '05 #3

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