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have you tried using javascript?

<a href=”#” onClick=”Javascript:history.back();”>GO back</a>

The only problem with this, is that when a user enters your product page from let's say, goolge, the user will be redirected to google.

You can also take a look at this threat: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5285031/back-to-previous-page-with-header-location-in-phphttps://stackoverflow.com/questions/5285031/back-to-previous-page-with-header-location-in-php

have you tried using javascript?

<a href=”#” onClick=”Javascript:history.back();”>GO back</a>

The only problem with this, is that when a user enters your product page from let's say, goolge, the user will be redirected to google.

You can also take a look at this threat: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5285031/back-to-previous-page-with-header-location-in-php

have you tried using javascript?

<a href=”#” onClick=”Javascript:history.back();”>GO back</a>

The only problem with this, is that when a user enters your product page from let's say, goolge, the user will be redirected to google.

You can also take a look at this threat: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5285031/back-to-previous-page-with-header-location-in-php

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have you tried using javascript?

<a href=”#” onClick=”Javascript:history.back();”>GO back</a>

The only problem with this, is that when a user enters your product page from let's say, goolge, the user will be redirected to google.

You can also take a look at this threat: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5285031/back-to-previous-page-with-header-location-in-php