- Michael --
How about the History Manager:
It was designed to do what you want :)
Hope that helps.
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From: Michael Hasenstein <hasenstein@...>
Sent: Saturday, November 3, 2007 2:59:49 AM
Is there an easier way to implement intuitive browser BACK-button
functionality than by manually setting cookies?
I'd think that this is a global issue that should/could be handled
within the YUI tabview code.
when a user navigates BACK to a page with tabs, whatever tab was open
when he navigated away, it's always the default tab that is going to
be open when one goes BACK. On a page like this:
that can be a major annoyance.
Now I could set a cookie - by the way, is there no cookie
functionality (set/get) in the YUI??? - and read it, with 10 minutes
or less lifetime. Actually, I can't think of any other way to do this.
Has anyone had this issue, solved it, or knows a better way?
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