Forum: Ruby not to allow previous page

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Rajkumar S. (Guest)
on 2009-06-02 16:02
hi all
1.....i my webapplication after logout i dont want to disply the previos
page when click on back button of browser. i want to display the index
page instead of showing previous page when click on back button instead
of shwing previus page hw to do this,

2....i want to expire the session after some idle time.
Srijayanth S. (Guest)
on 2009-06-02 16:10
(Received via mailing list)
If this is a wish list:

1) I want to be a Beatle
2) I want to be T1000 for a day
3) I want Federer to win the French Open this year...
.
.
.

Oh wait, you had a question?

Jayanth
Brian C. (Guest)
on 2009-06-02 16:55
Rajkumar S. wrote:
> hi all
> 1.....i my webapplication after logout i dont want to disply the previos
> page when click on back button of browser. i want to display the index
> page instead of showing previous page when click on back button instead
> of shwing previus page hw to do this,
>
> 2....i want to expire the session after some idle time.

If this is a question about web applications work in general, for
example, how HTTP and HTML operate and how browsers are supposed to
respond, then I'm afraid it doesn't belong on this list. Try a w3c list,
or a general web developers list.

If this is a question about the behaviour of a particular browser, then
I'm afraid it doesn't belong on this list. Try a list specific to the
browser in question (e.g. firefox, opera, IE etc)

If this is a question about writing applications in a particular web
framework, then I'm afraid it doesn't belong on this list. Try a list
specific to the framework you are using (e.g. rails, merb, sinatra,
camping etc)
Srijayanth S. (Guest)
on 2009-06-02 17:07
(Received via mailing list)
More importantly, please frame the questions well. Regardless of where
you
are posting, it is hard to determine what you actually want without some
reference.

Thank you,

Jayanth
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