I'm currently working in a AJAX oriented web application. I have been looking for the different ways of replicating the current AJAX state (or Application state) with the browsers url so refreshing and back-button also works.  In the last weeks I...
Has anyone run across this behaviour? There isn't much mentioned about it, and the other posts are different in nature. This appears to be inconsistent w/ documentation about browser behaviour.     Synchronizes the URL with the browser when the u...
I have a Flex application where I want to give the user a warning if they hit the back-button so they don't mistakenly leave the app.  I know this can't be done entirely in Actionscript due to cross-browser incompatibility.  What I'm look...
I'm trying to find a clean solution to working with the browser history in the most effective way. (I'm using GWT, but this question is really more general than that.)  Here's my situation (I would think it's pretty standard):  I have...
I need to handle the back button in HTML 5 - Javascript application for Windows Phone 8. I found a lot of solutions in C# but no one in Javascript. Does anybody know how to do this ?...
I have two aspx pages(A,B) created using ASP.NET MVC . In the file A i have a few check boxes and textboxes.  When i move to page B and try to navigate to page A by pressing the browser back button(in MAC Safari), the page is not getting refreshed ....
How can I redirect to a controller action when the browser's back button is clicked. I can achieve this by clicking my own button or link on the page hustle-free but getting the same result from clicking the browser's back or refresh button i...
When the user goes history-back-1...how do I detect that? And then, alert "the user clicked back!"  Using binds (and jQuery preferably)...
My webpage runs a javascript function when the page is loaded. However, I don't want the function to run if the user comes back to this page using the back button. How can I prevent this using javascript?  $(document).ready(function(){   // Do no...
I want to get url of previous page. I found a lot of answers but I couldn't find anything which works with back button of browser. I used      document.referrer but it also doesn't work for back button. Can anyone help me??...

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