The Back page component creates a back button (an arrow pointing left), which allows users to navigate to the previously visited page (Back), or to the parent page (Up).
There are three available behaviors:
If the parent page is the default Home page, then the back button is automatically hidden on the child page.
You can modify the Back button behavior from the Info tab of a page.
Only superusers can modify the Back button behavior.
Modify the Back button behavior
Defining a Back button behavior is mandatory. This setting cannot be set to None.
To modify the Back button behavior:
- On the desired page, click Edit .
- Select the desired behavior (Up, Back, or Hidden), from the Back button behavior drop-down list:
- Click Save.
When the Back button is set to Up, clicking it takes you up one level in the page hierarchy (to the parent page).
In the following example, ChildPage is a child page of ParentPage. The Back button behavior on ChildPage is set to Up. Clicking the Back button on ChildPage redirects you to ParentPage:
When the Back button is set to Back, clicking it takes you to the previously viewed page.
In the following example, ChildPage is a child page of ParentPage. The Back button behavior on ParentPage is set to Back. Clicking the Back button on ParentPage redirects you to ChildPage, which is the previously page viewed:
When the Back button is set to hidden, the back button is subsequently hidden and cannot be accessed:
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