|Posted by:||Dom Leonard (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 20 Jul 2003|
window property of the opener for use as HTML source:
The technique was absolutely needed in NS4.xx to overcome reentrancy
problems with document.writing to generated windows, and has been useful
for testing and some cross browser DHTML work since.
Currently Opera 7.11 refuses to honor the protocol with a security
violation errror, Mozilla has been refusing to allow window reload from
the generated window for some time, and Moz 1.4 is generating
protocol is about to become dead sooner rather than later.
Does anyone else consider this security error a result of simplistic
additional to being able to execute window.open on somebody else's
domain sourced page in the first place?
Does anyone care or should we just let it die?
rather than discarded, but that much may be obvious! :)