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    Default Creating a Back Button

    Hi There

    Just started using sitebuilder software. i can't work out how to create a back button which will make my web page google adwords friendly. can anyone point me in the right direction.

    Many thanks

    U2XL

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    Default Re: Creating a Back Button

    Why would you want to make your web page "adwords friendly"? You are
    paying for adwords, its not a free service and it does not affect your ranking
    at all...If they want to go back all they have to do is click the back button in
    there browser.

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    Default Re: Creating a Back Button

    if on the other hand you insist on installing such a button, go to Insert, Form, Advanced Button, right click it to edit it, make the Button Type "On click", and on the "On click Action" select "Go to the previous page"
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