to DOM0, this happens on Linux too.
I think this is invalid. What you can see in this case is doing winder() and <a href=""> also. You should use <a href="" onClick="winder();return false;">. # And it's better to do document.open(), write(), close().
Mass-reassigning bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Everything HARUNAGA said is correct. By clicking the <- Back button, one can see the order of instruction execution (page creation and then page loading href value). Resolving as INVALID
Wow! This is so old I had forgotten about it. Everything HARUNAGA said a year and a half ago was indeed correct and simply didn't matter in the older browsers (but DOES matter in the newer ones, with the return true or false being a valuable tool).