Popup To Be Displayed When A Visitor Is Leaving The Website?
Sep 22, 2009
I am looking for a pop up to collect emails when a visitor is leaving my site, I don't which pop up software can provide that.I know how annoying pop up can be but I am sure my visitors will be ok with it, they are even asking for it.
I'm trying to write script for a popup when an external link is clicked telling the user they are leaving the site bla bla and the bank isnt affiliated with the link and do they want to leave "yes" or "no" I see a ton of variations of this online but I cant find one that prevents the external site from loading so the user can decide yes or no on the popup. And the popup will have to be an html page, not a 1 line question so I dont see how 'confirm' would work...
I am using an alert dialog function I found online. The support for it has closed.Here is the page showing my alert button:Click here to view my test pageYou can check out the source html and the linked jquery files.The alert button works correctly by displaying an alert box.How do I apply this same behavior to a link?I want a user to click on the link, and:(1) receive the message they are leaving the site, then(2) be redirected to the other URL.
My problem is I want to have all the links display in my website itself. That is, if I gave a link to CNN.com, that webpage should display under my logo, menu etc. Hope u can understand and help with my problem.
I desperately need to have a constant website visitor that is online 24/7 on my website. Due to a js error. We need to keep an absolute minimum of one online site visitor. This is a temporary measure while we locate the error which so far has taken 3 js coders 3 days with no success in finding. We really need to keep the script thinking that a user is online.
Is there a bot setup that will simulate a website user that NEVER leaves a certain webpage?
If not. How can I set up the script so that I can fool it into thinking there is someone online? I really need this info... i have spent hours and another thread, with NO help on the repair. I really need to be able to keep the js rolling. I am on the verge of giving up on this project as impossible.
We want to pop up an exit survey, just a general "what did you think of our site" sort of thing. I did the code that when you go to another page it pops up, but that's not great.
Is it possible to, and if so can anyone please tell me how, to have the window popup only when the user closes the window, or navigates to another website. But of course don't want it to pop up when navigating our own website.
I am wondering if it is possible to have a popup form on entering a page and have users answer say maybe 3 questions and upon hitting submit for the 3rd question the survey hides and then on leaving the page to browse to a new one or on closing the browser the form would pop up again for users to answer a few more additonal questions.
I have merged two scripts to make a popup that comes up even if blocked, and is for first time visitor only (cookie). The problem is that the way I'm doing it, it might show one or more times to the visitor. I don't want that because it will be irritating and this is a high-priority client. I'm posting the whole script because I think the problem is calling the popup before checking the cookie, but not sure how to rearrange things.
Also, I did search and found some good dhtml stuff but don't want to rewrite. This was supposed to be done last night so if I can fine tune this for now, I'll have time to rewrite something better (or at least play around with another script). Also, the popup refuses to come up in IE - I have IE6, but I detest IE and their site doesn't even load in it so whatever. I tested in FFox3, Opera 10 and Safari and it seems to work but like I say because of the onclick - it will load at any click until the user goes to a different page. I added a refresh in there but it just made things worse - too much going on for the user at that point.
I've copied and customized a script to display a css popup in my little website. The script should display a popup in the middle of the browser window, graying out the background, Everything seems to work fine except that at the end of the script, the page is displayed from the top. This means that if you click on the popup link from a position down in the page, you'll miss it because you will be taken to the top of the page, where you can't see it.
This is the HTML and CSS code:
And the js:
I've been debugging with alert boxes and everything seems to be fine until the script ends execution. Then the user is brought again at the top of the page...
In my final site the only thing I would like to show in the popup is a Flash movie.
Do you know any workaround? I would even implement a completely different solution if I knew which...
By the way: At this stage I am using Chrome but I would like my solution to work in any browser, that will the next issue.
I am building an experimental website that contains music. It's called www.DansPianoJazz.com. To navigate around the website there is a graphic of a piano keyboard and if you click on an individual key you can go to "Home", "Recordings", "Contact", or "Jukebox". My problem is with the key labeled "Jukebox".
I'm somewhat experienced in coding but I'm not the best. I've been trying to figure this out forever and I'm beat. I am trying to insert a thickbox popup. I am trying to use a Iframed popup code. This one as follows:
1. the 1st popup should open automatically and open a URL 1 2. then after 30sec the popup should close 3. then 2nd pop up window should appear and open URL2 4. then after 30sec the popup should close and so on
can any body help me with this please. I really need it.Or it can be like this also,The 1st popup should open automatically and open a URL1 then, after 30sec it should open URL2 and after 30 sec open URL3 and so on in the same popup.
I run an adult social network. I'm trying to have a lightbox disclaimer popup once per user visit with an accept/decline button at the bottom. I don't want the user to be able to click out of the lightbox, scroll the window in the back ground, or get around the lightbox any other way... Currently, I paid someone to do this for me and this is the code they came up with. The problem is, all it does is show a white box in the middle of the page, no disclaimer, no content. Also, the webpage in the background is still scrollable...
I've found a lot of scripts out there that will display an alert box when a visitor closes their browser or tries to leave your site. Personally I find that a really annoying tactic, and virtually useless, but I have now found myself in a position where such a thing really makes sense to use. Unfortunately, I can't find a ready-made script that meets the specifications I need.
I need the script to recognize when the browser window is being closed, or when the visitor tries to navigate to a different domain name than mine. I'd want to have a "OK" and "Cancel" button available. Clicking "OK" sends them to specific URL, regardless of where they were headed or if they were closing their browser. Clicking "Cancel" lets them continue as they were.