Question about trapping browser events 
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 Question about trapping browser events

Hi all,

I need some help form all the experts out there.

I currently have a requirement to trap the web browser (both for IE &
Netscape) Back button event on an ASP page.  The reason is to display a
pop-up box as soon as the Back button is displayed.  The pop-up box is
to confirm whether the user wishes to leave the ASP page or not.  If
not then by clicking OK on the pop-up box, the user stays on the same
page otherwise the user is returned to the previous page.

Can such a thing be done through VBScript or Javascript? Or do I have
to use the IE or Netscape programming objects?

Many thanks.

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Sat, 14 Dec 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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