Can anyone please tell me what is window.yzq_a? It is often used like
in "if(window.yzq_a == null)". Does it check if a window is open or is
that something else?
Parthi said the following on 9/23/2005 2:58 AM:
> Can anyone please tell me what is window.yzq_a? It is often used like
> in "if(window.yzq_a == null)". Does it check if a window is open or is
> that something else?
It is checking a custom property of the window object. Probably a
variable. Can you give a URL to a page that uses it?
View the source. Somewhere in that 423 lines of garbage HTML code you
will find somewhere where it either defines it or doesn't. And then
based on that variable, it writes a garbage script tag, probably for the
I *can* tell you this though, it is not a normal feature of the window
object, it is something specific to that site.
if I hadn't read Randy's previous post, I would have no idea
what you're talking about.
You need to quote relevant information for others to understand
what is going on.
now, on the page you mentioned, there is the following line:
if (window.yzq_a == null) document.write("<scr" +