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My Text Runneth Over

I am inserting a large amount of links and text into a DIV tag using innerHTML after a page loads. For some reason, the HTML I am inserting is overflowing to the right of the DIV and not wrapping. I have a feeling, the browser cannot perform its normal text-wrapping because I am adding the HTML after the fact. Is there any technique via CSS or javascript to prevent this overflow from happening?
posted by jasondigitized on Nov 29, 2006 - 6 answers

 

Where did that window go?

Javascript / HTML : Let's say I have a page called 'foo.html' that opens a new window using the command window.open('http://ask.metafilter.com','newWindow'). Now let's say I navigate AWAY from my original page 'foo.html' to a page call 'bar.html' still leaving 'newWindow' open. Is there anyway I can get a handle on 'newWindow' from 'bar.html' even though I have navigated away from its opener 'foo.html'? I basically want to be able to change the url of 'newWindow' at anytime from any page on my website. Alternate solutions accepted.
posted by jasondigitized on Nov 21, 2006 - 4 answers

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