December 30th, 2013, 03:01 PM
Mimic MS Access Close Restriction?
Well, my project is pretty much a conversion from a Microsoft Access interface. When the user is logged in, they cannot close Access until they close their viewed screens and choose Log Out on the main screen, which brings them back to the login screen and offers the ability to close Access.
I feel this may not be possible w/ browsers, but perhaps any ideas to achieve similar?
(This is cross-posted, so I apologize. I figure JS is best for the disabling of items options, but thinking PHP may kinda be able to run some kind of automated process "OnBrowserClose" or something?)
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December 30th, 2013, 03:08 PM
Nope. Once PHP has outputted the HTML and whatnot, the rest is out of its hands. If you want something done client-side then you cannot use PHP for it.
Originally Posted by Triple_Nothing
Locking so people reply to the other thread instead of this one.