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Old June 25th, 2003, 05:08 AM
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I need to detect the event when a user click at the window close (X) button. And then, prompt out a confirm box. I'm not sure whether there is a CONSTANT value for the window close (X) button.
 
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If you are trying to confirm closing the window, you can do it in IE, but I don't think you can in Netscape (maybe someone else can say).

You can use IE's document.onbeforeunload event, and cancel it. IE then automatically displays a confirmation dialog. If you try to put in your own confirmation dialog, the user will then see two dialogs if they cancel.

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But if you mean you want to confirm something else and take some action, you might try the window.onunload event, because that is cross-browser.



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Guys:

I am implementing an event in which it will show a popup window that contain several questions to answer. This event will only display after i close the browser. But i have a problem. When i refresh tha page it will show the popup window and if i press a link on the page again it will show the popup window. It should only display the popup window if i close the page. How can i implement this in javascript..

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