April 14, 2000 - Manipulating Windows
April 14, 2000|
Tips: April 2000
Yehuda Shiran, Ph.D.
win = window.open("http://www.docjs.com/", "js"); win.close();
// move the screen position of the window to the specified x and y offset window.moveTo(iX, iY) // move the screen position of the window by the specified x and y offset window.moveBy(iX, iY) // scroll the window to the specified x and y offset window.scrollTo(iX, iY) // scroll the window by the specified x and y offset window.scrollBy(iX, iY) // set the size of the window to the specified width and length window.resizeTo(iWidth, iHeight) // change the current size of the window by the specified x and y offset window.resizeBy(iX, iY)
Notice that these methods belong to the
window object, so they can be executed on the current window or any other referenced window. You can use the
resize() methods when you want to set the position or dimensions of a window dynamically, after it has been created.
Learn more about windows creation and usage in Tutorial 1, Working with Windows.