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Paypal return not working

Hi Guys,

I have set up my return variable from our paypal integration to http://www.sendmode.com/index.aspx?tab=PurchaseCompleted ....  When someone purchases from our system the RETURN TO button shows a link to
http://www.sendmode.com/index.aspx?tab=PurchaseCompleted

which is correct ...

however when I click it ... it goes to this URL, which confuses users ...
http://www.sendmode.com/index.aspx?merchant_return_link=Return+to+JB+Interactive+Mobile+Marketing+Ltd&form_charset=UTF-8

What is happening here? and how can i fix this?

Thanks so much
John
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J-BrokenCommented:
instead of using TABS redirect them to a new page with the same exact look, rather than using JAVASCRIPT you will be going backwards into HTML but it's the simple solution to your problem, make the 'return to' button a link to the same page you directed us to and it'll be perfect :) you're welcome
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johnmc33Author Commented:
Sorry j-broken I dont understand that response. Please explain
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J-BrokenCommented:
If you are the one making the webpage. When the person clicks the return to button, which is simplay an image leading to a link, it takes them to another webpage in the code it should look like this
<ahref=http://www.sendmode.com/index.aspx?tab=PurchaseCompleted ><img src="returntobutton.gif">
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J-BrokenCommented:
I'm extreeeeeeeemely rusty with my coding but instead of a javascript link which just changes the tab, turn the button into a link
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