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Posted by: Gerd Kramer
Posted on: Feb 9th, 2008, 12:09pm
If a user finds a page by a search engine (which is not the main page), the browser back function allways leads to this page. The user has no change to get to the previous page (back to the search engine).
Thanks for help Gerd
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Feb 9th, 2008, 1:11pm
No, it is different. If a search engine points to a frame, then the "reframer" script (automatically inserted by EWE) does redirect the page to the frameset: this is intended to avoid that the user coming from a search engine will see only part of a frameset (so an incomplete page, maybe just a menu and no content: this is bad as the visitor does not realize this, and if the visitor sees a incomplete page he will just say "broken site", will exit your web site and bye bye...). The secondary effect of this is that if this is activated, to return to the search engine the visitor needs two (fast) clicks on the back button (as this redirection is unfortunately memorized by the browser, so 1st back-> bad page memorized by the search engine, 2nd back -> search engine). You may disable the reframer script with Format >Page properties (uncheck the setting "avoid single frame").