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Client-side events

  Asked By: Bailey    Date: Dec 15    Category: Asp.net    Views: 1055
  

Another question I have, is:
Let's say I click an ImageButton, it does
it's work and the page reloads. How can I
call a client-side event which fires after
the pages reloads and calls a setTimeout
to fire another javascript function. This can
only occur due to a ImageButton click, I
don't want it to work on my original
page load.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Ludo Ricci     Answered On: Dec 15

No problem. I had a simmilar problem on my User Control. I made a public bool
property on the control and passed it into an if statement inside javascript
which executed when true...:


if (<%=MyBool.ToString().ToLower()%>)
{
// execute what you have to
}

Put this script inside client aspx/ascx file and it will execute when the
property will be true... Of course set the property to true in the server click
event.

 
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