On Wednesday 02 January 2002 20:20, Seb Frost stuffed this into my mailbox:
For the ease I guess.... I use alt-<leftarrow> to go back :-)
> I've never understood why people do this? My browser has a back button. I
> know how to use it. It's only a centimetre of mouse travel away from the
> page I'm looking at, why do I need a duplicate?
> - seb
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kelly Meeks [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Happy New Year,
> Does php set a variable that tells you the url of the page that a user has
> just come from? So if I wanted to create my own 'Back' button in a pop up
> window, for instance?
> Thanks in advance,
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