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, 2 Sep 2009 CPOL
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Some times we need to detect the Browser Close to perform some operation before quiting from application. Here is a simple way.function CheckBrowser(){ // Check Browser Close [X] , Alt+F4 , File -> Close if(window.event.clientX < 0 && window.event.clientY <0) { wi
Some times we need to detect the Browser Close to perform some operation before quiting from application. Here is a simple way.
function CheckBrowser()
{
     // Check Browser Close [X] , Alt+F4 , File -> Close  
     if(window.event.clientX < 0 && window.event.clientY <0)
    {
          window.open("Operation.aspx", 
                "Operation",'left=12000,top=1200,width=10,height=1');
    }
}
Call this Method From Body Unload

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GeneralMy vote of 1 Pinmembersacad15-Sep-13 22:37 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 it works on in IE PinmemberMaulikDusara10-Jun-11 22:36 
GeneralReason for my vote of 2 Works, bu only in IE. PinmvpManfred R. Bihy8-Mar-11 22:01 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 Only works in IE :( PinmemberThat's Aragon5-Mar-11 1:11 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 Very funny dear, works only in IE PinmemberKanchan Roy18-Jul-10 23:07 
Generalneed helpp..... PinmemberAjay Kale New2-Sep-10 0:23 
QuestionDoes it work in all browser? PinmemberSohel_Rana30-Nov-09 22:41 
AnswerRe: Does it work in all browser? PinmvpAbhijit Jana30-Nov-09 23:08 
GeneralRe: Does it work in all browser? PinmemberSuresh Dayma8-Dec-09 5:56 
GeneralRe: Does it work in all browser? PinmvpAbhishek Sur12-Jan-10 23:04 
Ya... sohel is right,
 
Window.event is a construct of IE. To work it around it I think you might go for
window.onbeforeunload = function () {
   
}
 
This works in most of the browser I guess. Wink | ;)
 
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