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    Is there a way to avoid treating every instance of the DHTML window as a browser visit? In other words, is there any way to avoid the multiple back button hits (currently required) to get out of a page using this script?

    I am trying to use this script to link to a glossary in one of my sites (check here to see an example http://www.ihomeloaninfo.com/overview.htm ).

    Perhaps I'm trying to use the script in a way that is wasn't designed for?

    Sorry if my question is too basic - I'm not a full time designer, just trying to put together a good looking web site on my own.

    Thanks in advance for any help with this,

    Ken

  • #2
    FYI - I heard from John at Dynamic Drive via email - here is his response:

    Hi:
    Unfortuantely this has more to do with how the history
    list in IE behaves rather than the script. As the
    DHTML window basically is a browser window, navigation
    in it is treated the same as navigation is in a normal
    window. Due to this, pages viewed in it are included
    in the browser's history list.

    I don't believe there is any simple way around this...

    John
    Dynamicdrive.com

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    • #3
      Try to use Zapatec DHTML Window:
      http://www.zapatec.com/website/main/...ndows/docs.jsp

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