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hello there,
I have developed an applet and in one of the applet method I pass url as the parameter and there is code ;
appletcontext = getAppletContext();
it show the document of given url , but what I want is when I show the .html document it should not have menubar , toolbar=no , addressbar =no, height=350 , width=350 ,
resizable = no , but when
"appletcontext.showDocument(url) "
shows document it shows document with toolbar , statusbar , addressbar , so using applet how can I show the .html document that has toolbar=no , statusbar =no , addressbar = no , height=350 ,width=350 , resizable=no .
It can be done in javascript but how can you show customized window through applets ??It would be very nice if anybody can tell me this important thing ,
[This message has been edited by ray bond (edited November 24, 2000).]
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