Capture Button Click Snippets


If you want to react on user maximizing or minimizing a Delphi form, use the code.

Here's how to invoke a click on a Windows Start button from code.

29 March, 2014   

How to capture the requested URI

JavaScript Code example to protect Your Web Page Content

10 April, 2012   

Protect your web page content with JavaScript code

15 December, 2012   

Allows you monitor how many times a link/image/banner is clicked.

13 August, 2011   

Although there really isn't any foolproof way to protect your web page content, this JavaScript will discourage the more novice Internet users from copying your content. An alert box will appear displaying your copyright information when the right mouse button is clicked. However, this script will not completely protect your content from more...

28 January, 2013   

Save a screen capture of a Java Frame/Panel/Window

13 June, 2013   

Allows you yo monitor how many times a link/image/banner is clicked, also allows you to diguise affiliate links. Consists of 1 small PHP file and is very easy to use.

11 October, 2011   

You will need to create two buttons one that will be your play/pause button and another that that will be your stop button. Also be sure to define the path of the sound file.

22 September, 2012   

Allows you to take a user to the previous page they were on using a button

09 July, 2013   

Copy selected text by allowing user to simply click a button

05 January, 2013   

You can use carriage return characters to break the line: & # x 0 0 A ;

You may create a back button like your browser has. The following script allows the visitor to press a button and returns the him to the previous page.

Sometimes you have some information on your page and your visitors might want to copy it. The easiest way is to provide a mechanism that allows them to simply click a button to do so. You have to paste this code into the head of your web page:

12 January, 2011   

Browsers already have "back" buttons, so you'd better have a darn good reason for needing to put one on your page! This is totally obtrusive, but you could fix that by only appending this button through JavaScript.

Scribble an applet of intermediate complexity, used as an example in the introductory chapter. Click and scribble in the window.

Place the following JavaScript code into your HTML where you would like the button to appear:

09 November, 2013   

Just like your browser's back button, the following script allows the user to press a button to returns the user to the previous page. Paste the following code where you want the button to appear on your page:

02 October, 2012   

An example code to get value from radio button