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    Calling out a blank page . . .

    I know how to call out a new blank page from a hyperlink, but how do you get one of those pages that is stripped of any browser headings. I see them all the time when a link is presenting a report or some kind of info that doing anything with it is not needed. I want to present some info in a new window that's very basic and has only the browser border. It would have only an "X" in the corner to close it.

    Hope I explained what I'm looking to create, but since I'm not sure what that type of page is called? . . . help

    Jerry

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    partially figured it out . . .

    This code opens a window as I want, but it displays the web page it's on now.

    <input type=button value="Open new window"
    onClick="myRef = window.open(''+self.location,'mywin',
    'left=20,top=20,width=580,height=800,toolbar=0,resizable=0');
    myRef.focus()">

    I want it to display a graphic in the window that opens with this path:

    "images/kcHamRadioLogo7.gif"

    Where would I put this code? I've tried uhg, help

    I also want it to run from a link and not a button, but that would be next, thanks


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