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How to run a key combination on page load.

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#1 sev7en2507


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Posted 22 July 2016 - 11:59 AM


I created a page within a contact list. I would like integrate a built-in search engine where the users can type the name and get the related entry but it should be like the search in Google, aka with a result parsed in real-time (instant search). Someone can give me a way to follow?


I was also thinking to an exit strategy: I can do the search with the CTRL+F but it get bored users to press them for that... does it is a way to run this combination of keys focusing on the page or loading it?

As pinned tab I guess the page should get a refresh anytime selected... what do you think about?





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