onload without onunload being executed...

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by Mel, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. Mel

    Mel Guest

    i would like to ignore onUnload action when the user reloads the page !!
    what can i do ?

    pleeeez help muai
    Mel, Jan 5, 2004
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  2. Mel

    DB McGee Guest

    Set the onunload event handler to return false.
    DB McGee, Jan 5, 2004
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  3. [x] done
    [x] your keyboard is borken

    Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn, Jan 14, 2004
  4. Mel

    Randy Webb Guest

    Are you truly as stupid as you act?

    P.S. I *can* stop onload when the page is reloaded. Perhaps if you knew
    as much javascript as you portray yourself as knowing then you would
    know how to accomplish it as well.

    P.S.S. The idea is not to stop the onload, but to use the onload in a
    way that the OP has not even thought about.
    Randy Webb, Jan 15, 2004
  5. <language mode="speaker" reverb="airport">

    Randy Webb <>, currently online with a news
    client in comp.lang.javascript, is requested not to post followups
    to the postings of Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn <>.
    They are not even downloaded by the latter netizen and are thus
    merely a waste of precious bandwidth which could instead be of
    good use for later generations.

    Thank you for your attention and for obeying all rules of security.


    PointedEars, X&F'up2 where it belongs to
    Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn, Jan 16, 2004
  6. JRS: In article <>, seen in
    Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn

    It seems that a significant proportion of the regulars here consider you
    to be both arrogant and stupid (albeit not without technical knowledge;
    but others have that too).

    If you cannot deal with those two personal problems, or at least conceal
    them, the best remedy would be for you not to post here.

    As a more detailed comment on what you wrote above :

    It seems that you do not understand that this is a public discussion
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    Dr John Stockton, Jan 16, 2004
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