Recently I came to this issue, and after a lot of googling around I found a simple and powerful solution so I thought it would be beneficial for everyone to know about it. It’s called jQuery Address, and you can find it on the page of Asual. Let’s download it now.
My main problem was that I’m hijaxing almost all of my links in my ASP.NET MVC application, and doing this prevented me from using the browser’s back and forth buttons. I could easily live with this, but my designer couldn’t so I had to come up with a solution. I must warn everyone that it was just pushed together in a hassle, and you could almost see the duct tape holding it together, but it works (for now). Continue reading “Browser navigation with AJAX pages”