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    Smile Back to previous page's script... Please

    Hello, first I want to thank to DD admin and Ivt for their previous help:

    Now, I'm looking for a exact work done for the back button in the browser make, I found a lot of script, but with customized URL, my long web pages enforce users go across all the screen going to the back button, I would want to put a link in the foot page in order to make this job.

    Can you help me please?

    Thanks
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    Hi Edward

    Just a word of advise on pages where the user has to scroll a lot, you tend to loose the user in the page as it get more and more complex to read (it's a mind thing) you might like to choose an option to keep a certain amount of text on one page and provide a "more' option so they can go to the next page etc. This way the page is read-through and keeps their interest.

    the code for previos back is: "onclick=history.back()"
    Last edited by simonf; 09-15-2004 at 11:08 AM.

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    Thumbs up ĄThanks simonf!

    Quote Originally Posted by simonf
    Hi Edward

    Just a word of advise on pages where the user has to scroll a lot, you tend to loose the user in the page as it get more and more complex to read (it's a mind thing) you might like to choose an option to keep a certain amount of text on one page and provide a "more' option so they can go to the next page etc. This way the page is read-through and keeps their interest.

    the code for previos back is: "onclick=history.back()"
    Really I estimate very much this good advice that you have given me ... I will put it in practice at this moment.
    I am grateful for it to you very much.
    God bless

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    Or you can use this (they're both as good as eathother):

    "onclick=history.go(-1)" to go back or "onclick=history.go(1)" to go forward (if need be)

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