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 How to close a web page without notification?

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sameer

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Posted: 11/11/2005, 4:32 AM

Hi,
I have a logoff button in a webpage, when i click the button, it takes to another page.

The new page has close button, when i click the button it calls the windows build in function close() and gives the alert do u want to close or not.

This message should not appear because, if u choose no, the window does not close and i can also go back to the previous screen by clicking back.

How to overcome this?

regards,
sameer.
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peterr


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Posted: 11/11/2005, 10:00 AM

I'm not sure why do you click the close button instead of closing your Web browser. Possibly you could remove the close button to not confuse the users.
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