[thelist] JavaScript: the Back Button

kevin D. white simplecypher at bitshift.ws
Mon May 13 11:24:05 CDT 2002

Have you tried using "location.replace(foo)"?  It replaces the last entry in
the Browser History object with the new page.  So people will never hit your
hidden pages because the History entry has been overwritten with new page

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tab Alleman" <Tab.Alleman at realmetros.com>
: So if you're thinking there's another way to skin this cat, you may be
: right.. but I need for my invisible script to send variables to page 3
: in the FORM object, not the querystring.  Page 2 is an ASP script, by
: the way, in case that helps.

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