Summary: IE get "Webpage expired" when using back button in
                    RunQuery pages
           Product: MediaWiki extensions
           Version: any
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: major
          Priority: Normal
         Component: SemanticForms


I'm using Special:RunQuery's and you hit a problem with IE 6/7/8 that 
when you press the Back button you get a "Webpage has expired"
screen. I guess this is because of the Additional Query section of the 
result screen.


Using IE 7/8 go to

Choose All, All Hampshire. At the calendar, click on an event.
In the event screen click browser back button.
You get page expired screen.

I've been digging around and got advised that this could be a jquery issue.
This is what I was told:

"This probably happens when POST request page has javascript that tries to
modify html while it has not yet loaded until the end. For example if you have
thickbox component call that is not inside jQuery's document.ready block."

Of course this might not be it ;)

This is really causing issues with my users. I can't simply tell them not to
press their browser's back button unfortunately. 


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