back button test

Adding a back button script seems to be more meaningful placed in a widget area so it appears on all pages and posts. But, here it is in a post.


Although it looks pretty, it actually works if you put it in a Widget area.

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Perl, MySQL, CGI scripting, web design, graphics following careers as an analytical chemist and educator, then in IT as a database administrator (DBA), programmer, and server administrator. Diagnosed with Mitochondrial Myopathy in 1997.
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2 Responses to back button test

  1. thelma lubkin says:

    Ha–I was just struggling yesterday w/ a variant of this: I don’t want a back-button. I want the back option to appear on my main-menu that goes on every page of the site. I have some idea of how to create a standalone back button, but I couldn’t figure out how to put it into a menu

    • Kathy says:

      You can put pages, posts, custom links (including external URLs), and categories of posts in menus.
      Does your theme support a widget area near your main menu?

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