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VbScript to Close window

Posted on 2003-10-27
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Hi,

I actually have a close button, where when i click, the window should close. However, this is what i have:

<INPUT type="submit" value="Close" name=Submit onclick="window.close()">

but it gives me a popup message, which i DO NO want.

Please advice.

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Question by:Gurnain
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David H.H.Lee earned 30 total points
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Gurnain,
I also face the same problems. You should try this to avoid the annoying pop-up message before close the window:
Eg:
<INPUT type="submit" value="Close" name=Submit onclick="javascript:closeWin()">

<script language="javascript">
function closeWin()
{
  window.opener=self;
  window.close;
}
</script>

Regards
x_com
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by:Gurnain
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x_com,

I think, i have been working with little thing for a long time. However, it still doesn't close my window.

Any suggestions.
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by:Gurnain
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x_com,

I got it. I was missing the brackets: window.close()

Thanks.
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by:David H.H.Lee
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you're welcome, Gurnain

Regards
x_com
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