has a number of new features in Navigator 3.0:
The Window.scroll() method scrolls the
contents of a window to specified x and
The Window.focus() and
Window.blur() methods give and remove
keyboard focus from a window. Calling
focus() will raise the window to the top of
the desktop stacking order on most platforms.
The onfocus() and
onblur() event handlers are invoked when a
window gains or loses the input focus.
The onerror() event handler of the Window
The Window.opener property refers to the
Window object that most recently called the
open() method on it.
The Window.closed property specifies
whether a window has been closed.
The name property of the Window object is
now read/write, so that windows (including the unnamed initial
window) can change their names for use with the
TARGET attribute of various HTML tags.
A fourth, optional argument has been added to the
programs to specify whether the URL loaded into the specified
window should create a new entry in the History array or
whether it should replace the current entry.