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HTML Form: How to clear cache so that inputs on Form disappear on BACK?

Posted on 2008-06-22
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Hello,

How do I make sure the inputs on a HTML form are cleared (i.e. clear the cache) after form submission?

That is, when user clicks BACK on their browser, the inputs they previously entered on the form will be cleared, and they have to retype everything again.

Thanks.
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