Hi guys (and gals).
I am currently creating an internal website for work.
I have been asked to make the site load in a 'clean' window. What we would like is to be able to remove toolbars and address bar when the pages are displayed.
Any help would be greatly appreicated.
I've got this bit of code which will open IE with specified website, then you can change the lines lower down for various effects. Without changes, it should load the website in an IE window which will fill the screen, minus an address, menu and toolbar. Not sure, but perhaps it could be adapted into VBScript that can be embedded in your web pages...
' URL for website
strURL = "http://www.foobar.com"
' Get the screen size
strComputer = "."
Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
Set colItems = objWMIService.ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_DesktopMonitor")
For Each objItem in colItems ' Because we get 2 results for some strange reason
If objItem.ScreenHeight <> "" Then intScreenHeight = objItem.ScreenHeight
If objItem.ScreenWidth <> "" Then intScreenWidth = objItem.ScreenWidth
Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
objIE.Height=intScreenHeight-30 ' Takes into account the Windows toolbar
Will this display the same sort of thing as using 'iexplore -k' in the run menu?
Also.... I am using frames in the site, will this code need to be added into the frameset code or each individual page?
if you need a lil help with html try World Wide Web Consortium
Didn't know about that kiosk mode argument for IE. It's possible "TheaterMode" is similar, can't test at the moment. But Kiosk Mode sounds just like what you want. Makes my code look OTT!
As for your 2nd question, not sure sorry.
I use this site for help with HTML and more: W3 Schools
d'oh that was the site i meant...nevermind...also try Photoshop Tutorials and Flash Tutorials very, VERY handy website for anything and everything from flash to html to dreamweaver to photoshop