Well, you're going to have limitations with passing things around in a URL.

You need to post your JS function to comp.lang.javascript, and ask them how
to modify the script so that it POSTs the form data to the new pop-up

Justin French

on 18/08/02 7:44 PM, Mantas Kriauciunas ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> Hello Justin,
> i don't think that this thing will pass 300 simbols successfuly
> i take $nw_text from <TEXTAREA> and i need to pass it to pop-up (other
> window) there it will generate preview of that text with some stuff...
> but i need to pass also 2 more ...so total is 3 things...one text and
> other ones is just like date and username
> Sunday, August 18, 2002, 12:22:11 AM, you wrote:
> JF> You need to modify topWindow() so that you can pass a query string to it,
> JF> which you can then use to add to the URL of the pop-up window.
> JF> <!--
> JF> function userpop(user_id)
> JF>     {
> JF>     var prefix = "show_user.php?userid=";
> JF>     var script = eval("prefix + user_id");
> JF>     window.open(script, "view_user",
> JF> 
> "toolbar=no,location=no,directories=no,status=yes,menubar=yes,scrollbars=yes
> JF> ,resizable=no,width=250,height=250");
> JF>     }
> // -->>
> JF> <input type=BUTTON value=Preview onClick="userpop('justin');">
> JF> This would pop-up a window with the dimensions listed, and I pass a userid
> JF> to it, which gets appended to the URL of the new window, passing a userid
> JF> variable into the target script via GET.
> JF> I *think* all <input>'s need to be in a form tag regardless... a better
> way
> JF> to test your script would be to take the input/form out of the equation,
> get
> JF> your javascript right with a simple <A HREF> tag:
> JF> <A HREF="#" onClick="userpop('justin');">
> JF> And since this is a JavaScript thing, not a PHP thing, you might want to
> JF> address the issue(s) in comp.lang.javascript
> JF> Justin French

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