Code: var myVar = document.getElementById("othersomenid"); Then in the opened page do this Code: opener.myVar.style.display = "none"; But I am also a bit confused on what you exactly are doing. it worked in firefox., hope it helps./. नमस्ते, [KaushaL] Site Blog Twitter [MVP 2008 & 2009] [MCC 2011] Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you Apr 13 '06 #3 P: n/a AbstraktMethodz Richard Cornford wrote: Giakko wrote:
If not, please try to provide really specific steps so that I can reproduce it. ► Sign in to add a comment About Monorail Feedback on Monorail Terms Privacy Apr 13 '06 #7 P: n/a Martyr2 Oh I know it is much easier from a coding standpoint. Same origin. so pls, how i can resolver this?
If you want to post a followup via groups.google.com, don't use the "Reply" link at the bottom of the article. i have a page that opens a popup window from this popup window i have to change some opener divs innerHTML content, how can i do? Unable to convert latex to wolfram alpha's text Munchkin: Charity: Giving cards to someone who has 5 already Storing passwords in access-restricted Google spreadsheets? Window.opener.document Not Working In Chrome Enable app step in my 2013 workflow What is a VP Number™?
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Not the answer you're looking for? Window.opener.document.getelementbyid Set Value If so how can I solve this issue? Comment 13 by [email protected], Nov 12 2013 Processing What I mean is to allow the popup window of the web site. One document sends the information to the server and the server shares it back with the other document (eg using XMLHttpRequest).
The feature is not working without server. and the parent page url starts with http://.... Window.opener.document.getelementbyid Example dont use your crazy path to the spandetails element.. Window.opener.document.getelementbyid Not Working In Ie Do I need an Indie Studio Name?
Why do most microwaves open from the right to the left? but always is necessary in my case use the opener.document.getElementById("... Project: chromium ▼ Issues People Development process History Sign in New issue Search Search within: All issues Open issues New issues Issues to verify for Advanced search Search tips Issue 116729 Source according to documentations and solutions proposed on different forums a popup or child window can be only closed using window.close() if it is opened via window.open() function.
That isn't a flaw in innerHTML, it is a flaw in the ability of the person using innerHTML. Window.opener Is Null Which I why I am guessing they have not removed it from the firefox implementation. because in the web manuals or tutorials usually work with the way that i used.
The Coffee Lounge Forum Feedback Computer Issues Announcements, Press Releases, & News « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 2 users browsing Its like a little searching tool that searches through your HTML and returns its object. Apr 13 '06 #2 P: n/a Richard Cornford Giakko wrote:
Richard. Reply asasa.mihai Member 28 Points 38 Posts Re: window.parent.document.getelementById() not working in FireFox? work with this style.display=""; and to be sure set the display property to "block" why??? , i see the same behaviour , with and without block now i have this funny here is the way : var txtNameClientObject = '<%= txtName.ClientID %>'; window.open('Child.aspx?txtName='+txtNameClientObject); and then in popup page you can do it as opener.document.getElementById('<%= Request["txtName"] %>').value = 'from child'; hope this will
also, innerHTML is IE only Apr 13 '06 #4 P: n/a Martyr2 Just so you know, innerHTML does work in Firefox (tested in 1.5) but is becoming depreciated. My apologies if my thought's didn't come across right. P: n/a Giakko Dear reader.. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
Also, it's often much simpler from a coding standpoint. but is becoming depreciated.