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Nov 19, 2007

JavaScript is not my strong point though and I have found that the previous web editor has a lot of repeat functions on the pages.

My idea is to create an external .js file and just call the function...it is for a rotating banner ad. The problem is the the function is called in the <Body> tag..this means that I have to change 100's of pages by adding the call function to the tag on every page.

Is there a way I can call the function as well as adding the function to the onLoad event.

I have tried adding "window.onload = rotateBanner;" to the beginning of my javaScript but it does not seem to work...what am I doing wrong

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Imho this is the code snippet, which calls the popup through a click.

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[Code]....

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I thought about cookies, but what if the user's disable them?


My code:

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function handler()
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if(<%=!Page.IsPostBack%> )
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}

//The body tag with handler being called:

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