TestPage V2.4 (altough new IExplorer built in popupkiller seems to stop
this popups you still can't have rightclick menu,you can't see where
page attempted to open pop-up windows:
the page loaded;
the page's onload()
you leave onunload() event;
this page won't let you have rightclick popup menu,select text
and drag images;
propertly view this page
select/drag and menumodifiers
If you haven't seen
any pop-ups, then your popup killer is working properly (so far).
this pagewas loading, this page attempted to open two pop-up windows.
After the second pop-up window in the onload() event, it tried to execute
script to change the text in the box below from "Script test failed"
to "Script test passed". Your popup killer does not
interfere with a page's script, and so should pass this test.
tests attempt to overcome your pop-up killer by trying to spawn large
numbers of windows as quickly as possible. This is a very synthetic
test, since only a malicious site would attempt to open more than half
a dozen pop-up windows at once. Never attempt this test without
your popup killer running. When the test is run, exactly one pop-up
window should be allowed to open by your popup killer (as it is supposed
Number of windows
unlikely, it is possible that this test could cause a crash; make sure
to save your work before attempting it. Also, if you run the test
with a very large number of windows, your system may stop responding
temporarily while they are processed.
Events Test This
test will attempt to open pop-up windows in response to two non-navigational
events by the user (these should be blocked). Below is a white
box that tries to create a pop-up window when it encounters the following
(fires when the mouse moves into the box)
(fires when the mouse moves out of the box)
Move mouse over this rectangle
are some typically used navigation objects, all of which open a new
pop-up window. When you click/activate them,
Your popup killer should properly allow the pop-up window to open.
Picture hyperlink to a new window (target = _blank)
Test The button
below, when clicked, refreshes this page. When it does, your popup
blocker should block the three pop-up windows that the page tries to open
(one when the page unloads, another two when the page loads again).