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Default Javascript, SSL, and Back Button

I really need some help. I am not a web developer by trade, more into db mgt but have some how found myself with the assignment of working on a E-business site. The gist of the question is this:

The website is behind a SSL, and when you navigate to a page using javascript and then navigate away from it, using the "Back" Button fails. From my understanding, it is supposed to be that way so that you are not submitting information duplicate times, however, is there ANYWAY to turn it off on certain pages?? Pages that are direct links do not have the same issue, that is what leads me to believe it is the javascript as hitting back it is trying to resend the information and therefore I get the warning. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

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   J.D.






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