Last post Jan 29, 2009 12:41 PM by NC01
Jan 29, 2009 11:19 AM|varunshm|LINK
I have a problem to disable a browser back button of a particular child page(Not all child pages of a master page). No problem when i use in a separate page. I may use history.forward script to onload property of a body tag in a page. but now i m using master
page. that's why i dont know to implement the rule. Could you help me regarding this.
please tell the code which is supported by master page and content page
Jan 29, 2009 12:28 PM|joydeepsen|LINK
It is not possible to disable the browser back button.
Jan 29, 2009 12:38 PM|nilsan|LINK
I think you want this:
but once use is on page b he should not be allowed to go on page A.
then put the following line
in your Page A and once user is nevigated to page b and if he presses back button then he won't be able to move on page A.
It's working for me..I hope this helps!! [:)]
Jan 29, 2009 12:41 PM|NC01|LINK
Have your page invoke the magic spell "back button disableus" [cool]
But that does not work on all browsers or even all versions of browsers and I suspect that it will work less and less in the future versions of browsers. Just remember that
It ain't your browser. The browser belongs to the user!
Here are some links on the browser back button: