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Re: Re: Back Back NOOOO

by TexasTess (Beadle)
on Aug 10, 2002 at 00:19 UTC ( #189116=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Back Back NOOOO
in thread Back Back NOOOO

I should have been more specific. I have local anchor tags in an html file that are dumped into main by the CGI script. These tags are dynamically created and link to each entry that has been made on the page. There is also an action button if a user wants to add an entry. If they click a "link" to jump to an entry, then use the back button to go back to the top of the page..then click the link to jump to a different entry...the button for adding an entry is activated and the add an entry form is presented.
update: I would like to know how to either stop them from using the back button to get back to the top of the page...or stop the second click from activating the call to the add entry form..

TexasTess
"Great Spirits Often Encounter Violent Opposition From Mediocre Minds" --Albert Einstein

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Re: Re: Re: Back Back NOOOO
by ehdonhon (Curate) on Aug 10, 2002 at 00:23 UTC

    So if they click on link #1, click back, and then click on link #2, they are not being sent where #2 should have sent them? Sounds more like a bug than a design issue.

      So if they click on link #1, click back, and then click on link #2, they are not being sent where #2 should have sent them?
      Yep, you got it, the link says <a href="#2"> 2 </a> but it acts as if the "add an entry to this page" button has been clicked and the Script presents the form for adding an entry.

      TexasTess
      "Great Spirits Often Encounter Violent Opposition From Mediocre Minds" --Albert Einstein

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