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Command line options for new window.

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Ok,

I highly doubt it is possible, but i have internal company site i need to disable the navigation bar and tabbed browsing on. So I am wondering if there is something similar to: window.open('http://companyweb/','empWindow','left='+screen.width+', top=0, toolbar=no, type=fullWindow, location=no, directories=no, status=no, menubar=no, scrollbars=yes, copyhistory=no');

I can do via command line. Otherwise I'll have make a direct page that opens a page that all that is on there is this.

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I am not entirely certain what you are trying to do.

Maybe this is of interest https://developer.mozilla.org/en/DOM/window.open

I hope you are not attempting to restrict access to the server solely by presenting clients with webpages lacking navigation bars.

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Pretty much i'm trying to make a desktop shortcut for the employee's to click to open the site.

"I hope you are not attempting to restrict access to the server solely by presenting clients with web pages lacking navigation bars. "

That is exactly what I'm trying to do, but it's a INTERNAL COMPANY SITE not something that's available to the public. So the whole debate that always arises (on any forum) from "disabling navigation" shouldn't even come up.

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In Firefox, users can prevent websites from disabling toolbars, so it may not be possible to achieve what you are trying to do.

See: