I have a cart system that we want to alter the back button on the cart display page so it takes the customer back to the page they came from instead of a set page. Due to some marketing functions there are several pages that we actually open the [url removed, login to view] page in a new window so can't use normal methods. Our thought is to set a cookie with Java on the shopping page and then reading the cookie to send the person to that page.
I am attaching the [url removed, login to view] and a shopping page that shows how we use Java to send the user to the cart page.
You can view the shopping page at <[url removed, login to view]> and click on purchase of one of the CD's to view the [url removed, login to view] page.
The "Continue Shopping" button is the button that we want to change the action. If a person doesn't allow cookies we can just send them to the page that we are using now.
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