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Old January 23rd, 2007, 12:43 PM
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Default disable the back button of my MSIE Browser.

how could I disable the BACK Button of the MSIE Browser.
I jump from page1 by using link <a href='javascript:detailpage2'..... which contain some hidden form's information on page1 To Page2, but I don't want anyone use BACK button on MSIE Browser toolbar back to page1, how could I make it?

any suggestion will be welcomed. Thanks in advance!

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You can't override the applications (IE) behavior and disable the back button all together. You may be able to find a javascript to emulate the behavior you are looking for but I don't know.

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Thank you for reply.

I guess it's a mission impossible one for me.


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