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This article describes an All-In-One framework sample that is available for download. This code sample demonstrates a step-by-step guide that illustrates how to build a virtual keyboard in your HTML page. You can get the sample packages from the following download icons.
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Technical overviewSometimes when users try to enter their passwords to access to a website, they may want to use a virtual keyboard instead of a real keyboard to protect the passwords from some kind of back-door software (for example, a Key-logger).
Sample overviewThis sample contains an HTML page without any behind code. When you open the Default.htm page by using Microsoft Visual Studio, you can find the following two main parts:
Add an HTML text box to the page:
Add an HTML div to a blank page and insert several input buttons into the div. Ten of these buttons stand for number 0 to number 9 and the last button stands for the Backspace button. Set the onclick events of the ten number buttons to input() function, and then set the parameter of the input() function to this. Additionally, set the onclick event of the Backspace button to del() function.
Note You can run the page and input a number to the text box by clicking the button from the virtual number keyboard. This sample code also provides a feature to rearrange the order of these ten buttons. Therefore, when users refresh the page, they will get the virtual keyboard in a random arrangement. To achieve this feature, run the code that is described in Step 4.
Set the onload event of the page to load() function:
Then, rearrange the order of the buttons:
Note For more information about how to change the order of the number buttons, see the Default.htm file that is included in the download package.
LanguagesThis code sample is available in the following programming languages:
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Article ID: 2555357 - Last Review: June 9, 2011 - Revision: 1.0