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i have created an application in that i want to use buttons to navigate between the pages using history object(i.e using back,forward methods).Is it really need to create a site for the application.Can we use history object with out creating a site.
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by:rafistern
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I don't really understand your question. In order to use a JavaScript function you must have an HTML page. What you could do is have a frameset containing a page which is a navigation bar and another frame into which you load your pages.

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by:heyhey_
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you can do all this without JavaScript - using pure HTML hyperlinks
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by:eelko
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Are you saying that you want to use Javascript without building a HTML-page?
That's not possible because javascript is interpreted by a browser and for as far as I know you need a HTML-page to execute the javascript.

If you want something else please be more clear in your question.
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I don't quite understand your question but if you're looking for a way to create your own navigational bar, look to http://www.hpedsb.on.ca/mss .  I'll answer any questions about the script I used.
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