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Posted by ujgykjk on June 04, 2001 at 10:13 AM

> showModalDialog() will work only for IE 4.0 & onwards, whereas i want my dialog to also show up in Netscape. Also, can we load more than one document in this dialog window, like an asp page with a form and then its target page ?
> >
> > In fact, you don't need to use JSObject in applet if you want to just open a HTML page you can use
> > getAppletContext().showDocument ( "URL of the page to show" ) ;

> > getAppletContext () is a method of Aplet class. However, if you want to open a modal window then you can do that using JSObject as
> > window.showModalDialog ( "your html page" ) ;

> > You already know how to use JSObject. So instead using just call the above method and it woll open a modal window.

> > Thanx
> > Kishori


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