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Following code is working fine in following browser:

  • IF
  • Mozilla
  • Safari

but it is not working in
  • Google Chrome 5.0.3

C#
var returnValue = window.showModalDialog("popup.aspx?", "window", "dialogWidth:390px;dialogHeight:180px;scroll:no;");
    }


Your answer will be appreciated!

Thanks,
Imdadhusen
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Svetlin Panayotov 21-Sep-10 7:15am
   
Sadly, yes. Last time I tried using showModalDialog it worked in Chrome, but the same way window.open works - the window was not modal. It won't work in Opera as well, so the only thing that comes to mind is using Jquery UI's Dialog.
Suk@nta 8-Jan-14 3:56am
   
yes i have also tried it in one of my project .it will work..
Sandeep Mewara 21-Sep-10 13:41pm
   
Try jQuery dialogs...

I found Google has (had) some issues with the showModalDialog. You can follow the status of the problem right here[^].

Good luck!
   
Hi,

You are right window.showModalDialog() doesn't work with the latest updated version of Google Chrome, i too faced this problem in my project.

You can have a number of solutions for that :-

1. The easiest one is window.open();

Pros:- Easy to handle and use.
Cons:- You can still work on the parent page while the pop-up window is opened.

2. The Efficient solution is to use jQuery dialog control.
For better understanding of jQuery dialog control you can refer the
link "http://jqueryui.com/dialog/[^]"


Thanks.
   
v2
i do it one of my project .it will work .i think theire might be some issue..try again

JavaScript
window.showModalDialog("popup.aspx?", true, 'dialogHeight:150px;dialogWidth:500px');
   
v2

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