On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Gavin Laking wrote:
> A question you might be asking yourself is why you are wanting to open a
> new window for your user anyway- you're removing the ability to "Go
> Back" for them.
Short answer: In the context I'm talking about, there is no 'go back'
I can't believe we're getting to a point where we are going to be
might be replicated there, but right now XML is too big for my little
brain to wrap itself around. (If someone has an XML example of this,
please let me know).
That said, it doesn't need to be XHTML-Strict, or even HTML4-Strict, so it
was going to be a learning exercise.
ps -- (*) I was asking in reference to an Opera "Panel" (what Netscape
calls a "Sidebar'). The input is given in the 'panel' and must open in a
new window, otherwise the results will just show up in the panel, which of
course would be no use whatsoever. If you use Opera, you can add them by
going to http://www.tntluoma.com/opera/panels/ and clicking on the links
in the first column. Like I said, sometimes we need target="_blank"