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John Edgar from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote at
October 12, 2006
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Asynchronous JavaScript and Extensible Markup Language


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This site is ajaxtacular. I likes it.
Andrew from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote on
October 29, 2006
You like ajax?
Man if you already like what we have already done you will freak out when you will see what is coming in the near feature....Custom pages with ajax!!! How does that sound?
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
Its cool But only problem.
Check this out: http://studentsmetro.com/pha/indexDev.phpLooks great works fine, but the back button doesn work. Trying to figure that out, but no luck for now. Open to any suggestions!
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John Edgar from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote on
October 12, 2006
Did you fix it? The back button is working fine here. Could be a MIE issue?
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
You mean browsers back button or on the one that is wrowided on the site?
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John Edgar from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote on
October 12, 2006
The one that you have built in, the little gray dude. http://neom.ca/back.jpg that one, it works just great.
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
Thats true, but the one from browser doesn .Still trying to figure that out.
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John Edgar from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote on
October 12, 2006
Oh, I see.. because its ajax so the browser does not know the page has changed... hmmmm!
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
exactly!Tried to catch the onunload action, but it works as well when you click on any other link on a site. Found some code on the net, but its too much code, loocing for a better solution.
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John Edgar from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote on
October 12, 2006
Is this the article you read about it? http://www.contentwithstyle.co.uk/Articles/38/fixing-the-back-button-and-enabling-bookmarking-for-ajax-apps
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
Yes. Thats the one. thay say that you need only 4 files, bute actualy its a bit more, and I think there must a better solution.
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
One more problem.
Ajax is not search engine frendly, need a link to ajax pages anyway.
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John Edgar from
Georgian College,
Barrie wrote on
October 12, 2006
This is an awesome article on SEO and AJAX http://blog.tn38.net/archives/2005/12/ajax_and_seo.html
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
October 12, 2006
Thanks, will read it a bit later.
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Michael P. from
Seneca College,
Seneca@York wrote on
January 16, 2007
Thanks
Good article!
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