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1/28/2015 12:18 PM
 

Hey All;

I was wondering if there is a way to disable the Back button on IE 11 when submitting web form data within Dnn 7.3.4 ?

I was also wondering if IE 11 is compatible with Dnn 7.3.4 , we are having lots of problems with Menu's 

Seems like we can not have grandchildren within IE11 ?

Anyone experiencing the same issues ?

 

Thank you

 
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1/31/2015 11:49 AM
 
yes, 7.3.4 works fine in IE11 (we support IE8 up), if you have a menu issue it's likely in the menu definition (or your alternative menu if you're using a 3rd party menu). As for disabling the back button, there is no default way in DNN, you would have to do it via custom coding (we dont implement the behaviour as there are some many ways to work around it, and you are limited in what you can do beyond catching the event and challenging)

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