This is a small issue but sometimes important. Well this is not a major post by me nor a major find, but I did run into some trouble while trying this particular thing out. Hence thought of recording it somewhere, so that I do not have to re-invent the wheel again. Here is the use case – there is an HTML form which is to be filled up and submitted to a server side script (let’s say some PHP code). After successful submission the user hits the back button of the browser. All the form fields and values should be reset and set to its initial configuration.
I tried several different techniques and implementations but ran into some or the other problems mainly because of browsers – different browsers behaving differently. On some browsers something works while on the others it does not. Thanks to these differences in spite of a universal and a common W3C standard. But I finally found a rather easy solution and cached onto it. This post will talk on that particular method with an example.
So the clue is very simple – reset the form after it is submitted so that when the user hits the back button every field in the form is initialized and reset (no previous values are left behind). How?? Let’s see in this example,
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When Adobe renamed Shadow to Edge Inspect, one of the major changes that happened was the integration of JSBin into Edge Inspect. What this means is that whatever proof of concepts (also called Bins as per JSBin terminology) you have created with JSBin, you can remotely preview it directly in your mobile devices without any additional set up required.
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