I don't know if this is what you are looking for but it will open a new
browser window. You may have to play with it to get it the way you want.

<a href=\"#\"
,width=350,height=400'); return false;\">Your Link</a>


"Bob Parker" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I'm working on an intranet accounting application using php and posgresql.
> When I select a reord from a list for editing, I transfer the necessary
> variables using the 'METHOD=POST' and similarly when the update scripts
> run after the edit.
> It makes no sense to use the back buuton to return to the original list so
> would prefer to open the other pages in new windows.
> How please?
> If a web developers list is more appropriate for this question kindly
> recommend one.
> Thanks
> Bob Parker

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