How can I make a visitor's browser go fullscreen using JavaScript, in a way that works with IE, Firefox and Opera?...
How do I open a web page automatically in full screen mode?  I am looking for a solution to open an web page automatically in full screen mode, without expecting user to users press F11 or any other browser-specifc key.   I've searched a lot, b...
According to this article Google Chrome 15 has a fullscreen JavaScript API.  I have tried to make it work but failed. I have also searched for official documentation in vain.  What does the fullscreen JavaScript API look like?...
I'm using videojs to play video, and I've done some manipulation on the video content frame by frame and display it in a <canvas> (ID: 'display').  When the video is playing, <canvas> can display in front of the <video&...
I'm using the following code to trigger fullscreen when a user clicks on the play button on a <video> element:  var video = $("#video"); video.on('play', function(e){     if (video.requestFullscreen) {       video.requestFul...
I would like to open my html page in fullscreen mode. I tried to execute this javascript in body's onload event handler.  window.fullScreen = true;   But unfortunately that doesn't seem to be working. Is there any other way with which we can...
I've read through the Three.js API, read through the questions here on StackOverflow, I've debugged the code using firebug and chrome's debugger, I've stripped out everything I can, but I am still getting this irritating full screen e...
I have seen dozens of tutorials on this, and it seems straight forward. All I want is to make my HTML5 canvas element go full-screen (as in total full-screen, taking up the whole monitor).  Here's my HTML:  <p><canvas id="screen"...

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