Yes it's that disable back button thing again.
For all those about to tell me to leave it alone - don't bother. I am not trying to restrict the pleasure or freedom of my users.
After registering on my site users are asked to log-in. If they press the back button (why I don't know) they will return to the registration process. Resubmitting old forms will cause errors to appear such as...
"This username already exists" - of course it does YOU just registered it. You see I am trying to protect newbies to the web from themselves!!!
Ths solution is to add this script...
both work excellently in IE6, but neither works in Opera. Does anyone know a workaround.
var submitted = false;
if (submitted == true)
alert("This form has already been submitted. \nPlease press Ok and wait for this process to be completed.");
This prevents the user from resubmitting the form. However I can't get this to work in IE6!!!
Wouldn't it be nice if both browsers could work the same.
Does anyone know a method which will work in both.
Thank you in advance