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Thread: Can I do this with History.go?
07-03-2011, 03:29 PM #1
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Can I do this with History.go?
Hi all, first post and a bit of a newb, so please be gentle
I have a file that generates web galleries in Adobe Lightroom. They are generated depending on which files are selected and the metadata in those files.
Basically it is a series of pages of thumbnails called index.html index_1.html index_2.html etc.
Then a set of pages for each individual image.
An example can be seen here: http://220.127.116.11/jonrouston/clients/su-dathan/ (the page navigation links are not great, but I have addressed that, they're at the bottom >> )
Currently if a user clicks on a photo there is a 'return to thumbnails button at the top, but this always takes them to /index.html
So the user could be at a picture after browsing to /index_39.html and still get returned to /index
Is there any way I can use history.go to find the last instance of index.html Or index_x.html (where x is any number) and take them back to that instead?
Thanks for any help
07-03-2011, 09:07 PM #2
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<INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="Go" onclick="history.go(-1)">
should take to last page you were on.