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how to display a window using jQuery

 
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Hi,

I have page which I divided in to two frames. If I click a link in the left frame the result will be opened in right frame. If there are any links in the right frame and click that the result will be displayed in the right frame if I use target as newwindow then it will be opened in new window my pronlem is I can minimise that window and click on another link in the right frame or left frame. But this should not happen. The result window should be opened making the frames window disable once the new window is closed then only the old window should be active. I tried to use jQuery but it is openeing in the right frame only. By this I can click on the links in the left frame.

I want this should not be happened.

Only the new window should be active. Some one guide me.


Thanking you.
--raaja g
 
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Modal windows.

But it is 2011, not 1999. You really should not use frames and pop up windows in today's web development.
 
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Eric Pascarello wrote:Modal windows.

But it is 2011, not 1999. You really should not use frames and pop up windows in today's web development.


hmmm... Twitter uses Modal Window for most (like Direct Messages,Profile View).
 
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