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Most of the code seems fine, as the amount of DHTML is minimal. However, the following code snippet works with IE and not NS:
<input type="button" value="Log on" onClick="open('../cgi/mycgi.pl?VAL1=xxx&VAL2=yyy', '_top', 'menubar,toolbar,location,scrollbars,resizable,status')">
However, replacing this with the following code works fine with both browsers:
<input type="button" value="Log on" onClick="location='../cgi/mycgi.pl?VAL1=xxx&VAL2=yyy'">
My question is: is there anything obviuosly wrong with the first method, or is this something quirky as to how Netscape deals with 'open'
Thanks for any insight. Cheers, Neil
I didn't realize that IE would assume "window". That's not standard js functioning, at least according to my references.