I'm using Laravel and I'm just wondering what is a best practice for detecting when the user clicks on the back button so that it refreshes the page. The user is filling out forms and clicking on "Save and Continue" button which uses an Ajax response which saves the data and then goes to the next page. But I notice when I click back that the data isn't being refreshed from the database.
For instance, the user is on page 1 and clicks on checkboxes 1, 3, 5, 10 in a series of checkboxes. Then clicks on the "Save and Continue" button. (Yes, the data is saved correctly). But when the use clicks on the back button those checkboxes are not checked.
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