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Is it possible capturing the event of hitting PageUp/PageDown in JavaScript?
If yes - Can I have an example?
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Question by:Gadi031698
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Michel Plungjan earned 50 total points
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There is no event handler for pageup/down so it is not directly possible.
Also the keys themselves are not captured.
It might be possible with DHTML and monitoring what is in sight but it will be ugly.

I will suggest you forget about it

Michel
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