Hello friends, I have written an application which invokes the browser with the specified address.Now what I want is the resulting page that opens should not contail the browser features of address bar,scroll bar and even buttons.I know there is function in java script window.open with various arguments.But this function opens another window.I want to apply this function to the same html page in which I am writing.Something like onLoad() but I am not getting the desired result.Can u help me. Thanks in advance. Regards, Kavita.
Yes, We are also having the same problem for which, we are calling a new window with window.open('Urlname',toolbar=0,status=0). This opens a browser with no menus or address links. All the best S Chandra Mohan
Ray, I am very interested in your recommendation. Your suggestion wil work to remove the toolbar, menubar, and addressbar from the current browser without any interaction from the user? If so, please address the following questions. I don't understand what you mean by 'having a jar file that will create an object for security'. What should I put in the jar? You also mention that you need a tool to create the certificate. What is this tool? Where can I get it? What do I do with it? Will this work with both Netscape and IE? Thank you for your help!
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