It only works in IE -- it makes use of the 'Full Screen' (F11) option and
tricks IE into doing so... hope you don't want it to work in NS, Opera... or
anything else



"Erik Price" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Tuesday, March 19, 2002, at 07:12  AM, Denis L. Menezes wrote:
> > I am making a database website where I need to add a small help button
> > for
> > every field on the form. Whenever the user clicks the small help
> > button, I
> > wish to show a titleless popup window containing the help text and a
> > "close"
> > button. Can someone  help me with the php script for this.
> This kind of trick isn't done in PHP but rather in JavaScript.  Search
> google for "javascript tutorial" and if you want to narrow that down
> some add "window open resize".  As has been mentioned on this list five
> times over the past 24 hours, JavaScript is code that is executed by the
> user's browser (as opposed to PHP which is code executed by the server),
> which provides the ability to manipulate browser objects like windows.
> I don't know much JavaScript so I can't answer your question directly,
> sorry.
> Erik
> ----
> Erik Price
> Web Developer Temp
> Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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