No, you have no control over the minimize button of a new window (unless
you're talking about Microsoft specific modal dialogs, in which case you
might, I don't use them enough to know one way or another). Quite
frankly, you can't be guaranteed anything about your call to
window.open() anyway, so trying to control what the user can do with a
window that you aren't even sure is the size you want, has the chrome
want or is even open is rather pointless.
Also, the attributes parameter should be a comma-separated list of
with no spaces. Some browsers will not give you the desired attributes
you include spaces in the attributes string.
Below is a list of the attributes you can use:
Use this to define the width of the new window.
Use this to define the height of the new
3. resizable=yes or no
Use this to control whether or not you
want the user to be
able to resize the window.
4. scrollbars=yes or no
This lets you decide whether or not
to have scrollbars on
5. toolbar=yes or no
Whether or not the new window should
have the browser
navigation bar at the top (The back, foward, stop
6. location=yes or no
Whether or not you wish to show the
location box with the
current url (The place to type http://address).
7. directories=yes or no
Whether or not the window should
show the extra
buttons. (what's cool, personal buttons, etc...).
8. status=yes or no
Whether or not to show the window status
bar at the
bottom of the window.
9. menubar=yes or no
Whether or not to show the menus at the
top of the
window (File, Edit, etc...).
10. copyhistory=yes or no
Whether or not to copy the old
history list to the new window.
All right, here's an example code for opening a new window:
<INPUT type="button" value="New Window!"
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