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dreambreeze

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Hello
Is there a way in Javascript to detect when the user has reloaded the page?
Thanks,
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I don't know, but there is something called Logical Scripting.

If you force some variables to be changed after the page has been loaded, you can compare values and if they mismatch, the page has been reloaded.

Just an idea of how to do it.
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staticVoid

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You could always use cookies.
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stettybet0

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This question is more appropriate in the Web Development forum. Try asking there.
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