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I am using SmartNav.js in my normal ASP pages.

I know one of the feature of SmartNav.js is retaining only the last page state in the browser's history. But I dont want this feature so is there a way i can disable this functionality ? (maybe by remarking some lines)


Thank you
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Sure, the SmartNav.js is located here:

C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\aspnet_client\system_web\1_0_3705_0

(Or whatever your path may be.)

Not sure what lines do what you're describing, so you'll have to hunt a bit.

Also, there is a SmartNavIE5.js, which handles the same stuff, but for IE 5 or better. Be sure to modify that one as well.
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Yeah, I have found that.


I just need some guru/master to help me identify which line izzit ...cause my Javascript is still at beginners level...

Pls help
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