goodness gracious learner, the guy asks for a hamburger and you throw him a cow...
The all HTML way of making a popup window
<a href="http://www.yahoo.com" target="_blank">Go to Yahoo</a>
It's the Target field that does it. It specifies where to open the link in. You can use any of the following:
_blank = opens in a new blank window
_top = opens in the top window (break out of frames)
_parent = opens in the window/frame that owns the frame the link is in
_self = opens the link in the current window/frame (good for breaking out of predefined default targets)
While we're talking about default targets, you can specify a HTML tag like this:
Put that at the top of your HTML and it will make all links automatically open in new windows.
Oh, and target can also be the name of the window you wish to open it in. If the window name doesn't exist, it opens a new window with a new name of - whatever you specified.
toolbar = yes | no | add/remove browsers toolbar
location = yes | no | add/remove browsers location field
directories = yes | no | add/remove browsers directories field
status = yes | no | add/remove browsers status field
menubar = yes | no | add/remove browsers menubar
scrollbars = yes | no | add/remove browsers scrollbars
resizeable = yes | no | allow new window to be resizable
width = value | window width in pixels
height = value | window height in pixels
There, ya get all this?