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QuestionMaintaining Variables Pinmemberclugsy6419-Mar-13 6:38 
Hello All,
 
I am having issues with maintaining info when person uses browser back button. I work for a company which is an online traffic school course. The issues I am having is say a student starts on lesson 1. Within lesson 1 there are 10 pages of content that they must read and click Next button to go to next page. Once they then have read all 10 pages, then they go to a quiz where they are given one question at a time (there are 5 questions). They click Next button to move to each question. Once they have answered all questions, then they go to a grade page. If they passed, then they click on continue button to go to lesson 2. Then onto quiz for lesson 2. This part all works great and if they click our programmed Back buttons everything works great as well. The problem is if they go from say lesson 1 all the way to lesson 3 (just an example) and they decide to use the browser's back button to go all the way back to lesson 1, everything tends to get messed up. Since we are driving off of class Student which contains current lesson num, current page num, current question num, once we advance further in the course these values get updated. My problem is that when the student continuously clicks the browser's back button the lesson num, page num and question num (and other content) does not follow suit to what it was. I am not sure why, but the pages are not being cached. Is there anyway to maintain the lesson num, page num and question num as the student clicks browser back button? Meaning as they click back to quiz from lesson 2, it shows lesson 2 (it is currently showing lesson 3 since that is how far have advanced) and same with the lesson pages that they must read. I have tried to use hidden input, but it does not seem to work correctly all the time. Any ideas???
 
Thanks,
 
Brad
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