As you navigate through the pages on a website, the browser has
backward/forward buttons that let you move over the pages you have
I see that with some sites, even when you hit the browser back button,
you do not see the contents of the previous page. But some sites do
show the content if you hit the back button in the browser.
Is this controlled via HTML? What settings would I need to achieve
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