[thelist] Pop-up Blocker v. Opening a new window

Mike evolt at muinar.com
Mon Jun 13 02:21:05 CDT 2005

At 18:35 08.06.2005 -0400, you wrote:
>Your argument is that users don't know how to use their browser. One could 
>as easily argue that a user could become confused/disoriented by a new 
>window that suddenly appears, blocking their previous window, and of 
>course also disabling global browser controls (back button, etc).

You want your users to order something? OK... Imagine, she clicked
on a picture to see it in larger size -> PopUp. Later, she wants to
order something. Click... Nothing pops... Nothing happens. The
order form replaces the image in its popUp window...



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