Disable Back Script Using Javascript

Script Disable Back is a javascript code that serves to disable the back button on the website page
Disable Back Script is a javascript code that serves to disable the back button on the website page

Blogger Template - Disable Back Script is a javascript code that serves to disable the back button on the website page so that visitors will remain in the website page without being able to return to the previous page until the visitor closes the page. In fact, website visitors can visit other pages on the website they are visiting by clicking the url on the webstite page. However, visitors cannot return to the previous page or use the browser's back button.

The Disable Back script that I shared times is very simple and straightforward. Here is the Disable Back Script that you can use on your website.

<script>
history.pushState (null, document.title, location.href);
window.addEventListener ('popstate', function (event)
{
  history.pushState (null, document.title, location.href);
});
</script>

The above script has been tested and supported in all browsers. For use in HTML, please check Script Disable Back in the <head> paste here </head> section or in the <body> paste here </body> section. To find out how the javascript code above works, you can read the following discussion.

How Disable Back Script Works

The Disable Back script above uses the history.pushState function, where the code history.pushState (null, document.title, location.href); will change the previous browsing history to the url of the current page or the url of the page we are currently visiting.

Next I added the function window.addEventListener ('popstate', function (event) which will provide an executable command for the back key.

The function window.addEventListener ('popstate', function (event) we gave the command to execute the function history.pushState (null, document.title, location.href); so that when we click the back button, then we actually visit the current url we are watching.

Simple enough isn't it. In fact, there are many techniques to create this Disable Back Script using javascript code. I think the script above is powerful enough to disable the back button in the browser.

One more thing. Actually this script is not a script to disable the back button, but this script will create a back button that will point to the page that is currently being opened by the visitor. So it's as if the back button can't be clicked or disabled. Up to here I think you already understand.

Maybe that's all I can share on this occasion. If you have anything you want to ask, please comment below. Thanks for visiting.