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Opening and closing a window

Center a New Window by jemminger
Posted: 6 May 03

function newWindow(sURL, sName, w, h) {
    //  your new window's width
    var w = w || 640;
    //  your new window's height
    var h = h || 480;
    var sName = sName || ("win" + new Date().getTime());
    var ah = window.screen.availHeight;
    var aw = window.screen.availWidth;
    var l = (aw/2) - (w/2);
    var t = (ah/2) - (h/2);
    var sAtts = "location=yes" +
        ",menubar=yes" +
        ",resizable=yes" +
        ",scrollbars=yes" +
        ",status=yes" +
        ",toolbar=yes" +
        ",height=" + h +
        ",width=" + w +
        ",top=" + t +
        ",left=" + l;        
    window.newWin = window.open(sURL, sName, sAtts);

easy to use!

as a link:
<a href="#" onclick="newWindow('http://www.ebay.com/', 'ebay', 400, 300);">LINK</a>

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