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    Pop-under when user leaves site

    looking for a script...

    All the ones I've tried so far haven't distinguished between leaving a page and leaving a site.
    Can anyone point me in the direction of a script that will:

    - launch a pop-under when a user leaves my site
    - does not launch the pop-under when they simply leave a page with the script on to go to another page on my site

    and ideally

    - doesn't lauch a pop-under when a user clicks a link to an external site that opens in a new window


    Help greatly appreciated.

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    Improper use of windows, such as that, has ruined what should be a helpful tool, for most everyone.
    How does a "pop-under" serve to benefit the user, in your scenario?
    Modesty is often lacking in our transactions.

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    Entirely agree. The appearance of a pop under window ensures that I leave the site - for good.

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    Ditto...

    I believe I know when I want to leave a site and do not appreciate intrusive efforts to keep me on the site. This would be a sure way to insure that I do not return....

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    Still want the script

    OK thanks, I appreciate your views here, however in this case I am determined to use the pop-under, and would welcome any scripting advice that members here can offer.


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