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Confrim box title


Hi Experts,

I am trying to work on the confirm box with "yes" or "no" options and here is my code


<script language="VBScript">
            <!--
            Function makeMsgBox(title,message,icon,buttons,defButton,mode)
               butVal = icon + buttons + defButton + mode
               makeMsgBox = MsgBox(message,butVal,title)
            End Function
            // -->
</script>


<script language="JavaScriptt">
---
----

if state == 'CA'
{                  {
var retVal = makeMsgBox("Confirmation","Delete the Contract?",48,4,256,4096);
      
                        if(retVal == 6){                      
                                  submitMe = true;
                          }
                        else                  
                        {
                              submitMe = false;
                              history.back(-1);
                        
                        }
                  }


I am getting the confirm box with "yes" or "no" option, but the title of the confirm box says
"VBScript:Confirmation". Is it possible to Just have a title "Confirmation" and not say VBscript in the tile ?

Thanks for your help
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Tpaul_10
Asked:
Tpaul_10
3 Solutions
 
Dennis MaederCommented:
Tpaul10,

The smart way to get rid of that pesky 'VBScript' in the title is not to use VBScript but javascript.
There is a good workup of the JS alternative at
http://slingfive.com/pages/code/jsMsgbox/
I hope that works for you.

D
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danrosenthalCommented:
You cannot change remove the VBSCRIPT: from the title. Also VBScript does not work in Firefox. You best bet would be to create a custom Javascript function that builds a window or DIV with your Yes and No options.
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iamanindianCommented:
Doesn't the default Javascript confirm window work for you? In the simplest form:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<html>
<head>
<script type="text/javascript">
function disp_confirm()
{
var name=confirm("Press a button")
if (name==true)
{
document.write("You pressed the OK button!")
}
else
{
document.write("You pressed the Cancel button!")
}
}
</script>
</head>

<body>
<form>
<input type="button" onclick="disp_confirm()" value="Display a confirm box">
</form>
</body>

</html>
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Regards
WC
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