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disable back button when logout

 
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Hi,

I have a website which requires login. After I enter username and password and click login button, a new page is loaded. In that page I have a username in the right up corner. When the user clicks logout button, Session.Clear() method is called and also Response.Redirect(" to login page "). It works OK, but the problem appears when I then click Back button in the browser. It gets me back to previous page with the username in the right up corner. Insted, I would like to show message asking user to enter password again so he can login properly.

If anyone knows how...

can any one tell me what should i do at client side???
 
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This has been disucess many times. You can't. And even more important, you shouldn't. Please read InterfaceDesignersRule1

Rather, you should properly be controlling the caching of your pages and structuring your web app security correctly. Search the forums for previous discussions.
 
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better you should invalidate the session by calling session invalidate method on clicking logout button.
 
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Invalidating the session will have no effect on the cache.
 
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