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Another question.

How can I disable the back- and forwardbutton of the browser?

Thanks,
Simon

On Mar 15, 7:36 am, "Simon" <simon1@quicknet.nl> wrote:

> Another question.

> How can I disable the back- and forwardbutton of the browser?

> Thanks,
> Simon

You can't, and you shouldn't. You may try to experiment with replacing
the browser history so they don't go anywhere, but even that makes
your site behave in a way that is inconsistent with other sites.
And what about hiding it?

"Tom Cole" <tco@gmail.com> schreef in bericht
news:1173963332.814216.62490@y80g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...

Simon wrote:

[top posting corrected]

> "Tom Cole" <tco@gmail.com> schreef in bericht
> news:1173963332.814216.62490@y80g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...
>> On Mar 15, 7:36 am, "Simon" <simon1@quicknet.nl> wrote:
>>> Another question.

>>> How can I disable the back- and forwardbutton of the browser?

>>> Thanks,
>>> Simon

>> You can't, and you shouldn't. You may try to experiment with replacing
>> the browser history so they don't go anywhere, but even that makes
>> your site behave in a way that is inconsistent with other sites.
> And what about hiding it?

Hiding what? The back button?

Bugger off. That is *my* back button. Not yours.

Besides, *my* browser won't let you interfeer with *my* history :-)

--
Richard.

On Mar 15, 8:46 am, "Richard Formby" <newsgro@barefile.com.au>
wrote:

Thank you Richard. I was going to point out that maybe the better
strategy is to program in a way that actual accounts for user
input.... But was afraid that might be too harsh. You know how
sensitive some people can be... :)
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