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I was wondering if it possible to detect a Browser Back/Forward by PHP.
I mean. I am in page A, I go to page B and then I click on the Back button and I return to A.
Does it exist a php function that detect that I have used the Back button?

Thank you very much
Nov 8 '06 #1
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