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How to Disable Browser's Close Button when Page open using ShowModalDialog()

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lnkViewReport.Attributes.Add("onClick", "window.showModalDialog('Page.aspx?ID=" & ID.Text & "&View=Y&Print=N" & "','','dialogHeight:700px;dialogWidth:1000px')") 'Open Page
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When you use window.open, you can set titlebar to no or 0, but it is usually ignored, see http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_win_open.asp.

An alternative is to create a draggable div instead of a popup.

Another alternative is in case you want to call a javascript function before closing the window you may use the 'onbeforeunload'-event ... normally i think this is the typical reason to want to have the close-button disabled ... so you may capture the closing of the window and may do something you want in that case ...


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i have already done this but not used.
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