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after session expires, it will be redirected to "sessionexpiredpage.aspx". And even if you were able to (thankfully, you can't), it wouldn't work for users without JavaScript. Reply planetjane414 says: 6 July, 2012, 14:07 Good job! If the user clicks Back, the "goback.html" page loads and the "nobackpage.html" page pops right back up. check over here

I know I would hate having to open up a brand new window and going through an entire process JUST to get to what page I was once at before I u r post is very useful. How to disable browser back button using server side code in asp.net using session Because I am using Master Page in my project So i can't implement to your javascript code Anti-spam verification: [captcha placeholder] To avoid this verification in future, please log in or register. +2 votes During my research, I found this -> http://www.aspsnippets.com/Articles/Disable-Browser-Back-Button-Functionality-using-JavaScript.aspx Code: