You can't really specify target window properties in straight HTML without 
getting rid of JavaScript.

For what it's worth, here is a bit of JavaScript that I use on my home page 
to spawn a small window:

function my_win()

The window that is spawned is 333 pixels wide, by 410 pixels high, has no 
toolbar, no location bar, no directory bar, no menu bar, no scrollbars, and 
no status bar, though it can be resized.

Why do you want to get rid of JavaScript?

At 03:06 PM 12/14/2001, Mehmet Kamil ERISEN wrote:
>that's a great point.  Can you specify the target browser
>properties using html?
>Lise the Location bar, or the toolbar?
>I was actually using little popups with jscript. If I can
>get rid of JS that would be great.

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