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Meet Gaurav
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Hi

I just want to open a window with full size I mean fit to maximized size. I tried with the code but it's opening in the size 800 X 600(I hard codded). I need it in 100% X 100%. Please assit me.

window.open('b.html','popUpWindow','width=800,height=600,left=0,top=0,status=no,toolbar=no,location=no,menubar=no,titlebar=no');

Not working
window.open('b.html','popUpWindow','width=100%,height=100%,left=0,top=0,status=no,toolbar=no,location=no,menubar=no,titlebar=no');
 
Nathan Hiemenz
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Try this:

window.open('b.html','popUpWindow','fullscreen,scrollbars,resizable,toolbar,menubar,location,status');

This should mimic a maximized browser in both Internet Explorer and Firefox.
 
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I slightly altered the code after that it's working fine in Firefox but not in IE.


In IE it's opening a window in fullsize(Even not able to see the titlebar close button)
 
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Look into window.open screen.availwidth

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Meet Gaurav wrote:I slightly altered the code after that it's working fine in Firefox but not in IE.


In IE it's opening a window in fullsize(Even not able to see the titlebar close button)


This is in interesting nuance of IE. In local code (eg if you run the file from your harddrive) the code snippet I gave will open the window as a literal fullscreen (no menu, nothing), but do to the security settings for "web" code, if you upload the piece to a website and run it, it will open in a new window like normal. Here's an example:

http://www.realmprotectors.com/testy.html

View the source and it's the same I gave you (possibly in a different order).
 
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