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The comments button would be actually submitting the comment so I'm a little confused at what you're trying to accomplish? Clicking back is basically refreshing the post since the comment has already been entered. If this is still something you are trying to solve can you provide a link and any additional details?
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its still something I am trying to solve, but right now I cant give a link, because this site is not online right now (just on a local server).
Just to try it in other words:
I would like to have a back button on my comments site, which should bring the user back to the place where he was before he was entering the comments section. Therefore its not enough to make a normal "back button", because if the user has entered a comment on the comment site (and was not only reading the comments) the site history changes and the back button would send you to the comment site again, cause that was the last refreshment.
Thats why I need to "remember" where the user came from. Means, when they click at the "go to comments" - Button, it woud be great to save the sites url and to call it, if the user wants to get back.
But you are right, I should ask the question again, when I can show what I mean.
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