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Posted: 02/02/2004, 12:57 PM

Im new to the forum and expect to be blamed for silly questions. But I really try to find the answers elsevere before. I work with PHP Apache and Mysql.

My first question sounds really silly considering what Ive managed to solve so far :),

how do I add a link to a button in Code charge. I just want to call up a new window in the browser by clicking on a button. The new window will contain an editable record.


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Posted: 02/02/2004, 1:34 PM

This may depend on the specific case, for example is this a Search button or some other?
Generally though you should use a link instead of a button. If you already have a button then remove it and replace with a link. Once you get your link working you can then replace it with an image of a button - kind of a fake button.

A link will automatically open a new browser window if you specify "target" property inside your link tag. See:

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Posted: 02/02/2004, 2:49 PM

Thankyou for the reply.
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