So I know that I can apply rel="noopener in an a tag when using target="_blank". But I'm trying to pass it as an argument to window.open(), ie:     window.open('http://cats.com', '_blank', 'rel=noopener')  howe...
Most modern browsers support the commands ctrl+click or command+click or similar to open links in a new tab or a new window.  In an application, I want the link to get disabled on clicking. But only, if the target is the same window (if it, for insta...
How do I pass a target, _blank, to the js link method?  x = "my link to google" x.link("www.google.com")  <a href="www.google.com">my link to google</a>   if its not possible is there an alternative method I could...
Hopefully this is a pretty simple question!  I've got the code working in jQuery to listen for a specific form on a page to be submitted and perform an alert when it is..  I.e.:  The form itself doesn't have an ID so I am targeting the form w...
Here is the setup:  On Paypal click button (openned in _blank) My focus window becomes Paypal, is it possible to run a script in original window.  Right now my script is (and it works well if target is within iframe of original page - but Paypal does...
In a web application, I have an optional popup window into which logging content is being loaded. This window is opened via Javascript using window.open().  The users typically have multiple tabs of the application open and my intention is to always...
Meta: A similar question about locally stored A/V files can be found here: Clickable "positioning" hyperlinks to A/V (locally stored on your website and “hidden” behind a poster image).    Dear people from the Stackoverflow community,  Th...
Edit: My question might have been overly broad (still learning), but I nevertheless received very useful answers. So thank you all very much for your input. I've also corrected my code to incorporate passing on 'event'.    This is my fir...
I'm using the the JavaScript code below to create a scroll effect from my nav to the anchor.    The problem I am having is I want the scrolling to stop 100px above the anchor.  What would I need to change in this code to achieve this result?  $(d...
Look this code:  <div>     <a href = "#"><span>Click me MAN !</span></a> </div>  <script type = "text/javascript">     window.onload = function () {         document.body.addEventListener (...

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