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    Putting a link on a clients site...

    I write web apps that clients link to and there are peramiters set by the link currently my links look something like:
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    <a href="#" onClick="javascript:window.open('http://www.blah.com/app/v7/index.asp?clientid=715&CS=slate','AppPopUp','scrollbars=no,width=700,height=420')">Click me</a>
    and as you can see that defines some peramiters... what if I later change the peramiters on my side... I could contact the client's web person but what about the ones w/o an inhouse web person... should they pay the fee to change 420 to 425 or to add an argument?
    can anyone thing of a way to put more control on my side?

    (cross posted @ galahtech.com -> Web Scripting Languages -> Javascript -> Code on clients site )

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    How about stretching the window with DOM when they arrive?
    David House - Perfect is achieved, not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. (Antoine de St. Exupery).
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    good idea but... the size was just an example... what if something I cannot modify comes into play?

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    Has this problem actually come along or are you theorising?

    Give an example of a property you can't edit.
    David House - Perfect is achieved, not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. (Antoine de St. Exupery).
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    Originally posted by me'
    Has this problem actually come along or are you theorising?

    Give an example of a property you can't edit.
    Well, the problem has been with "web masters" who cannot follow directions and don't add the link correctly... other than that I am just theorizing... oh, and that the link may get long w/more peramaters...


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