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On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 08:49:19 GMT, Mason A. Clark
>Is this a problem: the viewers' browser not
>I did a quick survey of the top of one list of
>turned off. Almost no problem in simply viewing
>the pages but I did *not* test any dynamics.
>all the pages. Only two out of thirty explicitly
>QUESTION: Am I running any risk with a page that
> Mason C
I really appreciate the responses to my question.
My pop-ups are not automatic and serve a useful
caused me to switch to simple "<a href.." windows with
a return link at the bottom. Very simple, BUT
Now I have a new problem which I'll post in a
separate thread: how to return to different
image maps from the same page....how to know
*from whence* a page was linked.... whatever...
Thanks again for the instructive responses.
Mason C and fun to see a thread degenerate :-)
Mason A. Clark wrote:
>I posted and a moment later looked at http://maps.google.com /
>hummph -- they think I'll adjust my browser to suit them ?
If you want to make use of their site,yes.
the XMLHttpRequest thingy... also known as "Ajax". It makes a more
interactive communication with the server possible, without leaving the
enabled. Such is life.
alternatives. Of course, user experience would be closer to the old
CGI-experience, jumping from page load to page load.