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Master Geek


Topic # 8638 17-Jul-2006 15:06
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Hi!!

I'm now working part-time with a friend while waiting for CCNA to start on the 25th.

I'm stuck on a little onUnload() in javascript, wonder if anyone can help me with this.

Our client wants to have a popup questionaire upon user leaving his site, either close the web browser or type in the url in the address bar. But I have a problem that it popup the questionaire when I browse around the site too.

So the question is, is it possible to get an output destination url in javascript? If so, could you tell me how?

Thank you

Pimmy




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Master Geek


  Reply # 42052 20-Jul-2006 16:18
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Finally found a good answer for this problem on Google using onunload() and window.open()

But the second question is when user click back and forward and refresh (or F5) on the web browser, the onunload() got call too. What next? I don't know yet.




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