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Old November 3rd, 2004, 12:05 AM
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Hello All,

I have a question. Suppose there is a page called test.aspx wihch contains a text box and submit button. Upon button click, value in the text box is stored and depending on that value, one or more two text boxes might be displayed in the same test.aspx page. This goes on for few times. But, in the middle somewhere, if some clicks on back button on broswer, I dont want them to go back and check or modify the value, instead i want them to see only the present text box on test.aspx page. Can some help me on this??

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Ok u should expire ur pages when then submited?! have u ever seen Yahoo do this?! u go forward as u said but whenever u go back u'll see Page Expired! prompt & u have to refresh ur page, & when u refresh the page u wont be able to see the past pages.
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Hey thanks Hovik,

Ideally, I would like to get him redirected to the question he/she was in.If you have any idea, do let me know. In any case thanks for your time and suggestion.

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