OT non LC: cross tab/window browser communication
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Nov 22 15:42:09 EST 2016
This is strange and very insecure. You should let the tab load and
redirect to the PayPal page after the tab has finished doing everything
it should do.
I had a similar problem though. I needed a page to give PayPal time to
process a transaction. I did this with a fake progress bar, which waited
1 minute and then reloaded the page. If the transaction has been
completed, I sent the license, but if the transaction hadn't been
completed, I showed a message saying that the license would be delivered
manually at a later time after additional checks had been performed.
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Op 22-Nov-16 om 21:02 schreef Mike Bonner:
> I have a problem I need to solve with a web page i've set up.. On my page
> (my domain) I have forms that submit to an external domain (paypal) and
> open a new named tab on submission. I need to be able to block further
> actions until the paypal page load is complete. Currently, I have simply
> set up a timer with an overlay and visual feedback letting the user know
> that "stuff is being done," but since the response time from paypal can
> vary greatly, I'm hoping there is a way to know when the tab has completed
> loading, with a backup "max time" so that if the paypal load barfs, page
> functionality is still returned.
> Is this sort of thing possible? I've researched, but if it can be done
> apparently my search terms aren't the correct ones.
> basic stuff) is not one of my strengths.
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