I am looking into using the HTML5 History API to resolve deep linking problems with AJAX loaded content, but I am struggling to get off the ground. Does any one know of any good resources?  I want to use this as it seems a great way to allow to the...
I know this has been asked many times before but answers were not descriptive enough to solve my problem. I don't want to change the whole URL of page. I want to append a parameter &item=brand on button click without refresh.  Using document....
I am refreshing some pages with AJAX and so an updating the history with the following code -  /** Update the page history */ var pushState_object = {     ajax_string: ajax_string,     security: security, }; window.history.pushState(pushState_object,...
Here's what I'm working with  Code:  <a href="#" onclick="window.onpopstate = function() { alert('pop'); };     return false; ">set up window.onpopstate </a><br> <a href="#somehash2">cha...
As seen in GitHub's blog, they've implemented HTML5's JavaScript pushState feature for tree browsing (for modern browsers), bringing AJAX navigation without Hash Bangs.  The code is simple:  $('#slider a').click(function() {   his...
I am using following code to append param to url. This is working fine but when parameter is appended in url, page is getting reloaded. I want to use this functionality without reloading the page .  function insertParam(key, value) {     key = escape...
I am building a fully jquery powered website, so i am loading all pages dynamically using ajax to achieve fancy transitions between pages and maximize user experience.  Here is my javascript code:  $(function() {      var path = _.compact(location.pa...
I have this code:  window.history.pushState(newUrl, "", newUrl);   My question is, how to make sure that when doing pushState the browser back button will function as normal or in other words should go "back"?   (without using jQUery)...
code :  var newurl = window.location.protocol + "//" + window.location.host + window.location.pathname +"?"+ queryStr;  window.history.pushState({path:newurl},'',newurl)   current scenario :  everytime when window.history.push...

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