Changes the current size of the window by the specified x- and y-offset.
HRESULT retVal = object.resizeBy(x, y);
long that specifies the horizontal offset in pixels. The value can be either positive or negative.
long that specifies the vertical offset in pixels. The value can be either positive or negative.
If this method succeeds, it returns S_OK. Otherwise, it returns an HRESULT error code.
There are no standards that apply here.
This method is not valid with windows created using the IHTMLWindow2::showModalDialog or IHTMLWindow3::showModelessDialog methods. In order to move or resize a dialog window created with these methods, change the IHTMLDialog::dialogHeight, IHTMLDialog::dialogWidth, IHTMLDialog::dialogTop, and IHTMLDialog::dialogLeft properties.
If the page (that contains this script) is hosted within an IFRAME, the IFRAME will move relative to the upper-left corner of the content area.
Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later. Windows that are located in the Internet Zone are subject to Window_Restrictions and will be forced to stay on screen. This applies to IHTMLWindow2::moveTo, IHTMLWindow2::moveBy, IHTMLWindow2::resizeTo, and IHTMLWindow2::resizeBy methods.
Note When operating in high-dpi mode, pixel values are scaled up accordingly. See Adjusting Scale for Higher DPI Screens for additional information.
Windows Internet Explorer 7. This method is only effective when a single tab is open or when tabbed browsing is disabled. If multiple tabs are open, this method is blocked. For information regarding tab interaction from a script, see Tabbed Browsing for Developers.