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Peter Monk on May 18, 2000 at 03:04:29:

Worth reading

Just right

Just right

Hi there,
I was trying to figure out how to put a link on my page that would be the same as hitting the browser's BACK button. I found this article about using JavaScript and found it helpful, but I really wanted to use a normal link rather than a button (I had some groovy link colours worked out!).
Anyway, just thought you might be interested that I combined the info in this article with the info in Q902 and came up with this:

<A HREF="javascript:history.go(-1)">Back to previous page</A>

Seems to work fine so far.

Thanks for the knowledgebase, I only just found it, but it seems very in-depth.


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