Maintaining the back button with AJAX

Posted by: The Code Project Latest Articles, on 14 May 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Last week I blogged about whether ornot you can use too much AJAX on your website. The short answer was no; with one caveat being that you must not lose the user interaction experience. In this scenario I'm referring to the back button. If the user has "felt" like the content changed, they are l...

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