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  1. #1
    Bhushan Guest

    Default Logging out

    How to prevent an user from using the back button of the browser<BR>once he logs out or signs out?

  2. #2
    James Bond Guest

    Default RE: Logging out

    Just close the window as soon as he clicks the logout button or link

  3. #3
    Bhushan Guest

    Default RE: Logging out

    I dont want to close the browser.<BR>Please somebody give me a solution

  4. #4
    James Bond Guest

    Default RE: Logging out

    Just visit the site Http://www.hungama.com and if you know anybody there tell them to send you the source code of that

  5. #5
    Skid Guest

    Default RE: Logging out

    Tried using a session variable? such as Loggedin?<BR><BR>I used this on my page - in a function, so if Loggedin = False, then I exited the function. therefore, all the user saw on the page was:<BR><BR>Invalid Login. Please &#060;A HFRE=&#039login.asp&#039&#062;Try Again&#060;/A&#062;

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Logging out

    Response.cacheControl=private<BR>and Response.Expires=0 together<BR>Response.ExpiresAbsolute = #1/1/1999#<BR><BR>try these.. <BR><BR>let me know if they work<BR><BR>brij <BR>dev_dj@yahoo.com

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