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    ajax back button and bookmark solution?

    I have taken the time to learn javascript (great language) due to wanting to discover more than just a plugin library - and I am loving it and can see so many years ahead.... To add to my strings on my Javascript bow id like to also enable my ajax applications to have a solid answer to the back button issue and the bookmarking issue.

    Ideally working in all major highley used browsers (ie6 > ie8, firefox, safari, opera, chrome etc....)

    I have had a look into RSH today http://code.google.com/p/reallysimplehistory/ but the current version ahs issues in IE8

    I have seen that Jquery has a solution http://www.mikage.to/jquery/jquery_history.html
    but I ideally wanted to avoid having to have the 5ok minified file assocated with this (I also want to learn how to do this myself)

    I think really the answer is wait for RSH version 0.8, but first I wanted to see if anyone had any advice here as I could do with this now (damn it)

    Thanks as always in advance for your thoughts and advice.

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    I don't understand your aversion to jQuery... it's just another tool you can use to get your machine running smoothly.

    Come on.. you know you want to

    http://plugins.jquery.com/project/history

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    actually one of the great Js books I have read is J resigs pro javascript techniques. (great book)

    I am looking into jquery for future use, but at present it would be a pain to add it to my current machine, I have 24kb minimized script currently for the site and would be adding jquery ontop of this..... when the initial plan was to avoid using a bloated library for just a few things, ajax, validation, image, slide, tooltips which I have written.

    Yeah kind of talking myself into this one, why reinvent the wheel I suppose...

    Damn it a so much learning when I could of just used jquery! (t*ts)

    hmmm maybe


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