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Remove Frame Border using createpopup();

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Hi There,

I made a popup window with createpopup(). The window has a frame
border around it that is grey. I can't seem to find the code that
would not allow the frame of the popup to show.
I've experimented with this:
this.mypopup.document.frameborder=0;
window.frame=0;
Ultimately, I would like to know if it is possible to get rid of the
frame border on the popup window created from createpopup();
Thanks

May 24 '07 #1
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On May 24, 3:35 pm, Leoa <leondria.bar...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi There,

I made a popup window with createpopup(). The window has a frame
border around it that is grey. I can't seem to find the code that
would not allow the frame of the popup to show.

I've experimented with this:

this.mypopup.document.frameborder=0;
window.frame=0;

Ultimately, I would like to know if it is possible to get rid of the
frame border on the popup window created from createpopup();

Thanks
That is part of the windowing system and you can't do much about it...
you rather switch to floating div's or whatever that doesn't rely on
opening new windows. In such way you have greater flexibility and it
is prettier for users because it doesn't create new tabs in their
taskbar...

May 24 '07 #2

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