I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..
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You can resize any window using this script.
Just change the width and height to the desired values...
Yes I realize that, but what point would it make if the webmaster changed your default window to a 400x400 window, that would piss me off to no means and I would never visit again. it doesn't serve any purpose to resize the users default browser window..
Besides he said using html and that is not html...
My point? Well I'm so glad you asked. Of course you asked - if you didn't ask now you would have soon. Anywayyyyy......
NS 4.xx makes up about 2% of those out there surfing the web, maybe even a few more, say up to 5%. And for those 2 to 5% we slave our guts out (or used to.
) to get our pages looking just tiddly poo for them. Oh so pretty, oh so pretty, oh so pretty vacant. Oops, last word wasn't meant to be there..
However, and I'll repeat it again with emphasis,.
Take into account that at most counts.
11 to 12%.
Of users surf with.
In other words, we stress and sweat over about 5% of users because they drive an antique browser, but to fully 11% of users we say, "stick it where the sun don't shine and do as we do or dip out on our web site." Or words to that effect..
Just a thought..
PS: Some sources for the figures:.
Thank you for all the help guys, though I have now hit on another snag..
Using the said script, it not only opens one new window to my specs, it opens a further 36. Needless to say, I am wondering what I am doing wrong, or how I can prevent this?.
Could this be something to do with the version of iexplorer I am using?.
Ta in advance.
You tell with onload to load THE SAME page.
And it does.
And again on load: the same page.
And so on.....
The window to be opend has to be: secondpage.html.
Or use window width/height.
Most helpful, worked first time. Yippppeeeeee!!!.