Instructs the window object to accept and process the event whose specifications are passed as the parameter to the method
Halts the download of external data of any kind. This method is the same as clicking the browser's Stop button.
Lets the browser determine the optimum window size to display the window's content. Suitable for subwindows that display a limited amount of informati
Displays a special window that remains atop all browser windows, yet allows the user to interact with other open windows and their content.
Displays a special window that remains atop all browser windows until the user explicitly closes the dialog window.
Displays a WinHelp window with the .hlp document specified with the URL parameter.
Starts a one-time timer that invokes the scriptExpression or functionReference after a delay of msecs. Other scripts can run while the browser waits t
Starts a timer that continually invokes the expression every msecs. Other scripts can run in the time between calls to expression. This method is usef
Changes the cursor to a desired type. This method is an alternate to the style sheet cursor attribute. Starting with Netscape 6.2, a cursor changed
Scrolls the document in the window to a specific scrolled pixel position. # Horizontal position in pixels of the window. # Vertical position in pixels
Scroll the document in the window downward (positive value) or upward (negative value) by the increment of lines or pages. The methods perform the s
Scrolls the document in the window by specified pixel amounts along both axes. To adjust along only one axis, set the other value to zero. Positive
Sets the scrolled position of the document inside the current window or frame. To return the document to its unscrolled position, set both parameter
Used inside an event handler function, this method directs Navigator 4 (only) to let the event pass to its intended target object.
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