"Jarkko Kähkönen" <jarkkokahkonen.com> wrote in message
> I have Windows XP&IE6.0.2... (SP1).
> I'm coding one project with PHP.
> I get "Warning: Page has Expired" when I try to get back to the "POSTed
> page" (page whither moved from FORM-page).
> Better explanation:
> - Pages are:
> * Page A: Front-page
> * Page B: Page where is www-FORM
> #1.) From Page "A" I move to the page "B" by clicking link on page "A" and> fill the form's fields
> #2.) Then I click SUBMIT-button and I moved back to the page "A"
> #3.) I move to the page "B" by clicking link on page "A"
> #4.) I click "BACK"-button from browser
> #5.) I got "Warning: Page has Expired"
> I want that when I click BACK, I will be moved to the page "A" straightly
> without warning
> (of course then post-data can't get re-sent)
> Got any idea how in PHP I can prevent this warning?
> Thanks in advance!
> Best regards,
> Jarkko Kähkönen
I've just come up against this problem.
THere are 2 options, remove the cache header stuff or:
Get the refering URL and send back: $HTTP_SERVER_VARS["REFERER"]
Hope this helps