How do I get a back button in a Master that always goes back to the previous page regardless of which path I used to get there?
Not sure how you would get a back button unless you manually traced your buttons' destinations and added manual clickable buttons that linked to the page that you know had to have gotten the user there. Otherwise, would the back button on the browser itself (once it is published) not suffice? This is the capability of the back button across most browsers and works just the same after publishing an Adobe Muse site. For example, once published, if a user went to: "Home > Contact > About" they could then click the back button on the browser at the About page and it would take them back to the previous page (in this case "Contact")
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Hope this helps,
For a release after 2.0 we'll look at adding a more user friendly UI for "Back" or "Forward" hyperlinks.
Hi zak i tested this code and I noticed its performance is a little bit lagging (Using Muse 2.0 beta build 904). You have to click twice before it responds, secondly it doesn't do a graceful slide back, it just jumps. Am actually using it with the anchor links menu. Just like what you said it would be nice to have a better back and next button integration on the UI which can also work with the widgets too. Especially when you want to do implement a fullscreen slideshow like this: http://kirschnerbrasil.cc/
Thumbs up for you guys.
A "revert the last change made to a widget" feature is fundamentally different than the browser back behavior (of go to the previous URL) and isn't something that's currently planned.
I'm a bit confused by the link to http://kirschnerbrasil.cc/. It doesn't appear to support any back behavior at all (just the slideshow's next and previous buttons)? Am I missing something?
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