Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Can I get the history.back() function to work in Chrome when using the file:// protocol? http://simonthegeek.com/technical/history-back-problems-with-chrome-and-safari/ Comment 7 by [email protected], May 29 2013 Processing Could you please confirm that since version 28 history.go(-1) and history.back() will behave the same and both will NOT cause an attempt to Window.history.back() Not Working In Firefox Please suggest how we can resolve this issue. History.go(-1) Not Working In Firefox EDIT: Going to hard code the urls in the link as suggested.
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May well be that this is fixed now, not sure, haven't come across it for a while.
Did this work before? Thanks & Regards Roopesh Reddy C Roopesh's Space Reply shabbir_215 Member 144 Points 561 Posts Re: window.history.go(0) Doesn't work in Google Chrome Jul 18, 2012 12:08 PM|shabbir_215|LINK Hi Roopesh, Thanks for Comment 2 by [email protected], May 20 2013 Processing Blockedon: chromium:242202 Tracked internally in BUG 242202 Comment 3 by [email protected], May 22 2013 Processing Status: Fixed Comment 4 by [email protected], May 24 http://thumbd.net/not-working/window-history-forward-not-working.html Be sure to return false to cancel the navigation: Back Reply arun says: December 16, 2010 at 3:27 pm need a fix for safari 5.0 Reply todoselmundo
Which version? more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed up vote 2 down vote favorite I cant get this to work. I've also tried history.go(-1); which does not work either.
Is there any way to confirm this is an actual bug? –Horatio Alderaan Feb 24 '12 at 0:23 Try this: chrome workaround for triggering click events on elements I'm sorry but this just seems to create an infinite recursion. M28 fixes *this specific* problem (history.go(-1)). How fast is Time running in Majora's Mask?
Happy coding.. :) share|improve this answer answered Oct 4 '13 at 5:24 Viishnuu 492 In general, using "onclick" (and similar) to set event handlers is considered bad practice. Reply Rodrigo says: October 18, 2011 at 12:05 pm Thanks Kevin, I was with this problem and add ”return false;” fix the problem! Click to "Submit" button. 3. How to connect two parabolic paths in TikZ?