There is none, really.  Remember, PHP is being PARSED ON THE SERVER SIDE,
and THEN spits out HTML to the browser.  So your PHP script doesn't have a
back or anything similar... it just parses PHP, and outputs HTML.

What do you want to achieve exactly?

Do you want to conditionally "go back" in your PHP code (on the server), or
provide your user with a "go back" link on the page?

If the former, things like header("Location: referringpage.php") might work,
otherwise if it's the latter, just use the javascript!!!!

Justin French

on 04/09/02 1:44 AM, Erich Kolb ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> What is the PHP equivalent to javascript: back?

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