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Posted on 1997-04-30
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i am usin back and fwrd buttons on my Homepage
is there a way to go back to last loaded Page
without doing a real adressing like
<A HREF="../../index.html">abcde</A>
should be <A HREF=_back>back</A> dose a command exits
like this ??
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Question by:aladdin
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This is an example of how to do it, using Java-script:

<H3>History buttons</H3>
<FORM>
<INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE=" Back " onClick="history.back()">
<INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE=" Forward " onClick="history.forward()">
</FORM>

The magic is in 'onClick="history.back()"'.
You'll know what to do.

/// John

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