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Old June 30th, 2004, 12:15 AM
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Default Handling window unload event

Can any body help !
I would like to display a message when the user clicks on the "X" button of the browser. for that, I have used onUnload event and in that I am displaying an alert message. This works fine if I click "X". But, even if I refresh the page or if I click any action on the page, same onUnload method is fired. How to restrict my action only to "X" button click?
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you can use windows.close() method for this
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qazi_nomi,

I believe MurthyGarimella wishes to cause an event to fire when the window closes, not refreshes. window.close() closes the window.

MurthyGarimella,

There is a way to do this but it requires some coding and has some severe limitations....

You must somehow disable the refresh button, for example by opening a window without it. However, you can never FULLY disable it; a user can always press F5 or something.

Create a frames page with the onUnload event attached. You only need to make one frameset with one frame in it. Put your page in that one frame.

If this is acceptable to you, try it and tell me if it's what you need.

HTH,

Snib

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