The only way I've seen that this can be prevented is if the form action 
is PHP_SELF, so, you call the page onto itself and use a isset($submit), 
but I have reasons for not going that route, one being that I have 
already have a navigation laid out, and changing that will be a nightmare!

Chris Boget wrote:

>>Page1 (fill in data)->Page2(write data, instant redirect to p1,
>>unless dies from php/mysql) 
>>Then the only way to repost, is to push the forward button.
>Unless, of course, they hit the "Submit" button again and I think
>that was the point the original poster was getting at.  If the user
>cannot hit the back button, they cannot hit submit again.

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