I think that would be easy just by UNSETTING or emptying the variables
that the form passed after they are processed. Do I make sence?

CÚsar

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Petre [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 2:43 PM
> To: Martin Clifford
> Cc: php-general
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Disabling Browser "BACK" button
> 
> Well, OK, then, How do you  design the app NOT to allow the form to
POST
> again when the user hits "BACK"
> 
> Martin Clifford wrote:
> 
> >There is never a way to disable back, forward, home, etc buttons.
They
> all have shortcuts that will ALWAYS work, so there's really no point.
> Additionally, it's all nice and good that your site works fine without
> using cookies, and don't take this offensively, but if the client
cannot
> use the back button without getting mishapen results, then it doesn't
> sound as if the site is designed very efficiently.
> >
> >Just my opinion.
> >
> >Martin Clifford
> >Homepage: http://www.completesource.net
> >Developer's Forums: http://www.completesource.net/forums/
> >
> >
> >>>>Petre <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 07/31/02 01:16PM >>>
> >>>>
> >HI
> >Is there a way I can disable the client's browser back button,
forcing
> >them to use the navigation I built into the page?
> >Ideally, when they try to press "BACK" on browser, a popup asking
them
> >to use the navigation instead would win first prize.
> >
> >The reason I'm asking is again to do with sessions, I have an app
> >running 100% now without using cookies, but if the user hits BACK and
> >ignores the expire warning, the app produces unwanted results ( adds
> >form data again to the db etc.)
> >Just want to patch the holes.
> >
> >Maybe write my own little browser that has no back button??
> >
> >
> >
> 
> 
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