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Detect when new window is opened?

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Is there any way to "hook" the "open new window" event (if there is such an
event) . I'd like to know if any element on the web page opens a new window
through either:

target="new"
target="_blank"
window.open();

thx

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Jul 20 '05 #1
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On Sat, 13 Sep 2003 03:30:42 GMT, "Robert Oschler"
<no_replies@fake_email_address.invalid> wrote:
Is there any way to "hook" the "open new window" event (if there is such an
event) . I'd like to know if any element on the web page opens a new window
through either:

target="new"
target="_blank"
window.open();


Not in a default security enviroment.

Jim.
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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