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Page transfer with delay, if no password


 
Wiplinger The FREE ebook should be fully functional, but when the user goes to the next page, or back or jump to a page, than a reminder of paying should pop up, unless he obtained a password (and paid for it).

Is there a way to do that? Has somebody done it?


Posted on: 8:01 am on September 16, 2002
Wiplinger If the password is set, than a variable should be set too. Can I use this variable????

Posted on: 4:33 am on September 19, 2002
EBookCompiler Yes there is a variable {iscorrectpassword}

I didn't understand the original question


Posted on: 4:49 am on September 19, 2002
Wiplinger I tried the following script, but I did something wrong. Can anybody correct it, please.

<script language="JavaScript">

if( !{iscorrectpassword} ) {

....

alert("This messages can be disabled by donation! \n\ " ) ;
}

//-->

</script>

(Edited by Wiplinger at 11:40 pm on Sep. 19, 2002)


Posted on: 3:37 pm on September 19, 2002
EBookCompiler Try something like. might not be exactly right

<script language="JavaScript">

var bFlag = window.external.ActivGet('{iscorrectpassword}') ;

if( !bFlag ) {

....

alert("This messages can be disabled by donation! \n\ " ) ;
}

//-->

</script>

(this will only work in a compiled E-Book, made using 4.22, and won't work if you preview your HTML pages in your browser etc)


Posted on: 6:52 pm on September 19, 2002
Wiplinger You are right, almost ;-)

var bFlag = window.external.ActivGet('{iscorrectpassword}') ;
if(bFlag==0) {

is the correct way.

Now, I have tested it, and I have opened it. How can I disable my password entry again so that I can test again ;-)


Posted on: 2:23 pm on September 20, 2002
EBookCompiler Build menu, My Password Status

Posted on: 4:54 pm on September 20, 2002
Alaska Hi -

The Activ variable returns a string.  To use it for decision making, convert it to an integer with 'parseInt()' :

========================================

< script language="JavaScript">
< !--
var bFlag = window.external.ActivGet('{iscorrectpassword}') ;
IntbFlag = parseInt(bFlag);

if(!IntbFlag) {

alert("These messages go away with a small gratituity! \n\ " ) ;
}

//-->

</script>

========================================

I added a few spaces to the < script > tags and comments, 'cause it wouldn't display right if I didn't . . . remove them if you cut and paste.

. . . hope this helps.


Posted on: 8:22 am on September 22, 2002

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