I want to alert() when browser's back or forward button is clicked or hash is changed in javascript. I have tried this solution and it is working but it is causing problems on other links in webpage and submit each request twice on any link click...
Is it possible to detect the hashchange only on a browser history change (i.e. Back or Forward button)?  I have seen the onBeforeUnload event, but this event does not fire on hash change, as the window is not unloading.  The hashchange event obviousl...
I have some pages with dynamic generated partial views, for example in some search pages.  If a user returned to such pages with the browser back button or with a back button implemented like:  @if (Request.UrlReferrer != null) {    <button onclic...
I have a web application, in which browser's back button functionality should be customized. It's like, whenever we click on browser's back button, it should take us to landing page(Login page), It should display error message saying that...
This website has a fancy effect: when a navigation link is clicked, the content fades out and when the new page (on a different URL) loads, its contents fade in.  What's interesting is, after users click on the "Back" button of their brow...
I am trying a new functionality for my web site. I want to do simple navigation by hiding/showing <div> elements.  For example, when a user clicks a "details" button on some product, I want to hide the main <div> and show the <...
I am working on an ember.js (version 1.2) based mobile application and I am trying to find the most idiomatic way of implementing the global menu toggle/back button pattern that is common in many mobile apps. Specifically, its a button that sits on t...
Sorry if this is a really obvious problem to solve. What I am trying to do is have a div, when selected is replaced with another div with the option to revert "back" to the old div when "back" is clicked.  This is what I have so far:...
I want for something like this:  <?php if($something)     header('Location:javascript:history.go(-2)'); ?>   but header('Location:javascript:history.go(-2)'); doesn't work. Any alternatives?  I don't know the page the us...
Is it possible to redirect users to a page when they click on back button of the browser? If yes then how can I achieve it?  Thanks...

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