By default popups don't have scroll bars. This is a problem if the content of the popup takes up more space than the first page. It's usually a good idea to set the popup with scroll bars. Set the popup with scroll bars by setting the
So, for example, this
open() command in the
opens a popup with scrollbars:
window.open(href, windowname, 'width=400,height=150,scrollbars=yes');
which gives us this popup.
In situations where a scrollbar isn't actually needed because the content doesn't fill up even a single window, MSIE and Netscape handle things a little differently. MSIE puts a greyed out scroll bar, Netscape doesn't put any scroll bar at all. Neither of them puts a horizontal scroll bar in the window if it is not needed.