That will catch your textboxes, checkboxes, and any other input item defined with an input element. If you also want to catch changes in other elements, you can selectively add additional jQuery statements. This statement will catch changes made from dropdown lists (defined with select elements):
You can do what you want in your flagChanges function, but here's a version that shoves some bolded text inside another element with an id of ChangeTextDiv (based on the name, probably a div element):
$("#ChangeLabelDiv").html("<b>unsaved changes in page</b>");
You'll need to remember to clear that element whenever you let the user save their changes. That's what this line of jQuery does:
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