widget FF1+ IE6+ Opr8+
This is a robust DHTML Window widget that replicates the look and functionality of a traditional pop-up window, minus the intrusiveness. Drag or resize the window widget on the page, minimize or close it, load a new page into it, or spawn whole new windows just as you would with popups. It's a modern, web 2.0 alternative to pop-up windows! Add-on #1- DHTML Modal window:
This addon script extends DHTML Window widget with modal windows support. A modal window differs from a regular DHTML window in that a "veil" appears over the rest of the page whenever the modal window is open, requiring the user to explicitly close it before the veil is lifted and the user can interact with the page again.
Top-Down scrolling window
script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A scrolling window script that dynamially scrolls the window all the way to the bottom of the page, then starts all over again. Use it on presentational pages to allow surfers to sit back and just enjoy the presentation!
scrolling window script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A variant of the above script that dynamically scrolls the window all the way from the left edge of the document to the right, then starts all over again.
generator FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Use Eric's Popup window Generator to easily add popup windows to your site! The windows are activated by clicking on a link, and can be fine tuned in every aspect, such as dimensions, scrollbars, toolbar etc. Awesome tool.
offsite links in new window FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Concerned about people leaving your site when navigating to offsite links? This script lets you either automatically have all offsite links open in a new window, or let the user decide, via a checkbox. Links that belong to your own domain(s)- as specified by you inside the script- are not affected either way.
Also Listed in Links and Buttons
Open select links in new window FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Specify arbitrary or entire groups of links on the page open in a new window with this flexible script. An optional checkbox lets the visitor easily toggle between "open in new window" or "current window" instead.
Frame Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
If your site uses frames, a fantastic feature to add would be the ability to collapse/expand a particular frame on user demand. This allows a frame to be tucked away when it's not needed. This script enables you to do just that!
Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A mini-window inside the document that contains another html document. Browsers other than IE 4+ and NS6+ will simply see nothing.
Popup Window FF1+ IE5+
Use this practical DHTML script to not only open up links in a secondary popup window, but one that's centered in the middle of the user's screen!
Window Opener IE5+
Opens up a new window that spans every inch of the screen. Requires IE 4.x, although all other browser will still open a window in "normal" full screen mode.
Opener FF1+ IE5+
Opens a secondary window that expands to cover the entire screen before loading the specified document into it. The animation works by expanding the window both horizontally and vertically at the same time.
Opener II FF1+ IE5+
Instead of just spawning a window, this script animates it into view, by expanding it horizontally then vertically until it fills the screen. The animation is fast enough to not become tedious, and the corresponding links are easily set up.
A chromeless window is a special type of window stripped of the conventional interface, such as titlebar, browser buttons, status bar etc (aka chrome). This allows you to implement your own chrome, from how the title bar should look, the buttons to display (ie: close, max), to whether to render a border. In other words, a custom popup window!
Window Script IE5+
Modeless windows, a feature introduced in IE5, presents a window that stays active/visible on the user's screen until explicitly dismissed. A good way to display "announcements" or other content that demand attention.
Maximize Window FF1+ IE5+
A simple script that automatically maximises the browser window when it is loaded within a webpage.
Window Opener IE5+
Opens up a new window in channel mode, with the IE channel bar appearing on the left.