How to use 'window location target' in JavaScript

Every line of 'window location target' code snippets is scanned for vulnerabilities by our powerful machine learning engine that combs millions of open source libraries, ensuring your JavaScript code is secure.

All examples are scanned by Snyk Code

By copying the Snyk Code Snippets you agree to
this disclaimer
13export function getWindow(target?: WindowNameOrId): Electron.BrowserWindow {
14 const { windowName, windowId } = target;
15
16
17 if (windowName != null) {
18 return getWindowByName(windowName);
19 }
20
21 if (windowId != null) {
22 return getWindowById(windowId);
23 }
24
25 if (windowName == null && windowId == null) {
26 return getCurrentWindow();
27 }
28}
Important

Use secure code every time

Secure your code as it's written. Use Snyk Code to scan source code in minutes – no build needed – and fix issues immediately. Enable Snyk Code

231function after_setWindowLocation(win, url) {
232 goog.dom.safe.setLocationHref(win.location, url);
233}

Related snippets