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Capturing submission of a webbage

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Is it possile to tell when a user pushes a submit button or navigates away from a webpage ??

Got the rest of my little app going but I am stumped on this , can someone point me in the right direction.....

Thanks in advance :-)


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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

yes (i think):

you set the script to read the address bar. then say if the text in the address bar change, a msgbox appears and show warning.

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Edited by Hello Me You

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The most fail safe way would be to use events. For the submit button you could use onclick, and for the navigation you could use onunload.

DHTML Events

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Thanks Big_Daddy ,Yes I have seen these events but is it possible to attach to them with autoit ?


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If you're using IE.au3 (and $oIE is your browser object variable) it is as easy as this:

$oEvent = ObjEvent($oIE, "IEEvent_")
;
Func IEEvent_onbeforeunload()
; your code
EndFunc

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Thanks once again Dale :-) Love the gorilla picture btw :_)


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

If you're using IE.au3 (and $oIE is your browser object variable) it is as easy as this:

$oEvent = ObjEvent($oIE, "IEEvent_")
;
Func IEEvent_onbeforeunload()
; your code
EndFunc

Dale

I tried that, and doesn't work for me, so (as I said in Hashers other thread) I assume that the Event handler, cant catch thoose(as they're javascript(?)).

Edit:

Link to other thread: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...id=305513&#

Edited by FreeFry

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