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Document Expired when hitting back button! Very annoying This has been ongoing intermittently for years Why cant this be fixed? Is anything being done about it?

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Document Expired when hitting back button! Very annoying This has been ongoing intermittently for years Why cant this be fixed? Is anything being done about it?

Document Expired when hitting back button! Very annoying This has been ongoing intermittently for years Why cant this be fixed? Is anything being done about it?

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This has been ongoing on & off for years! It's very sad cos once again I have abandoned Firefox. What cant someone sort this out to never happen again or come up with a fix that works?

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How many people are sick of this!

How many people are sick of this!
cor-el
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Is that document retrieved via a secure HTTPS connection?

It is best to avoid such issues with using the Back button and open documents in a new tab with a middle-click on a link.

Is that document retrieved via a secure HTTPS connection? It is best to avoid such issues with using the Back button and open documents in a new tab with a middle-click on a link.

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Don't use the back button? That is not a solution. I work on websites so I have to use the back button. Try listing on eBay without using the back button. If reverse gear didn't work on your car would you be happy doing a 10 point turn?

Don't use the back button? That is not a solution. I work on websites so I have to use the back button. Try listing on eBay without using the back button. If reverse gear didn't work on your car would you be happy doing a 10 point turn?
joehopeful 0 oplossingen 1 antwoorden

This is why I can no longer use FF - super cumbersome.

This is why I can no longer use FF - super cumbersome.
JScuderi 0 oplossingen 4 antwoorden

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FIX THIS PLEASE! GIVE US THE OPTION TO TURN IT OFF.

This heavy handed security feature adds so many non-necessary clicks to my web app that it is no longer usable. I run the server I am trying to access. I wrote the secure web page I am trying to reload. I WANT it to resend the POST data with my form. FF is not allowing me, even with header("Cache-control: max-age=600"); in PHP to use the BACK button and have my form POST again.

This is the worst problem I've seen in FF in many years. Because we have to keep our software up to date, I can not revert to FF 9, I will start using Chrome or something else, but it sucks to have to leave so many other great features in FF behind.

FIX THIS PLEASE! GIVE US THE OPTION TO TURN IT OFF. This heavy handed security feature adds so many non-necessary clicks to my web app that it is no longer usable. I run the server I am trying to access. I wrote the secure web page I am trying to reload. I WANT it to resend the POST data with my form. FF is not allowing me, even with header("Cache-control: max-age=600"); in PHP to use the BACK button and have my form POST again. This is the worst problem I've seen in FF in many years. Because we have to keep our software up to date, I can not revert to FF 9, I will start using Chrome or something else, but it sucks to have to leave so many other great features in FF behind.
iliff 0 oplossingen 3 antwoorden

This misguided innovation is never less than annoying, and makes the MySQL application phpMyAdmin virtually unusable.

After you hit Refresh you also have to wrangle a confirm dialogue ~ double the misery.

µ

This misguided innovation is never less than annoying, and makes the MySQL application '''phpMyAdmin''' virtually unusable. After you hit Refresh you also have to wrangle a confirm dialogue ~ double the misery. µ
Oxylatium 71 oplossingen 563 antwoorden

Do you have a simple example (like a website with a form to fill) to provide?

Do you have a simple example (like a website with a form to fill) to provide?
Terry 9 oplossingen 266 antwoorden

What is the fix for "Document Expired" message please?

What is the fix for "Document Expired" message please?
Jonesyme 0 oplossingen 2 antwoorden

Are you serious? Try using the browser for more than 10 minutes and you'll see what we're talking about. Or maybe try using phpMyAdmin like the previous poster suggested. As a web developer you are killing me.

Honestly, you guys have just about destroyed firefox to the point of no return. I used to recommend this browser to everyone I knew. It's now an embarrassment. I can't even run FF on half of my machines because it eats every ounce of RAM I own. Quit trying to fix things that are NOT problems or I am going back to Opera.

Are you serious? Try using the browser for more than 10 minutes and you'll see what we're talking about. Or maybe try using phpMyAdmin like the previous poster suggested. As a web developer you are killing me. Honestly, you guys have just about destroyed firefox to the point of no return. I used to recommend this browser to everyone I knew. It's now an embarrassment. I can't even run FF on half of my machines because it eats every ounce of RAM I own. Quit trying to fix things that are NOT problems or I am going back to Opera.
cor-el
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This can be caused by websites that use local storage in Firefox or via a plugin like Flash.

Does it help if you downgrade to Flash 11.2 or 10.3?


You can also try to reset the preferences or try a new (test) profile.

This can be caused by websites that use local storage in Firefox or via a plugin like Flash. Does it help if you downgrade to Flash 11.2 or 10.3? *http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1022066 ---- You can also try to reset the preferences or try a new (test) profile. *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Resetting+preferences *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/reset-firefox-easily-fix-most-problems *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Managing+profiles *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Recovering+important+data+from+an+old+profile
tianchu1987 0 oplossingen 1 antwoorden

Your solutions do NOT work. Please please fix this in the next release or just turn off this "feature" by default. It's super annoying.

Your solutions do NOT work. Please please fix this in the next release or just turn off this "feature" by default. It's super annoying.
Jonesyme 0 oplossingen 2 antwoorden

What's happening is anytime a user manually navigates back to a page that contained POST data, Firefox deducts that that page has expired and refuses to proceed. I understand the intention but not all websites function linearly. Sometimes you DO want to return to a page that expects POST data. Stop trying to fix things that aren't broken.

What's happening is anytime a user manually navigates back to a page that contained POST data, Firefox deducts that that page has expired and refuses to proceed. I understand the intention but not all websites function linearly. Sometimes you DO want to return to a page that expects POST data. Stop trying to fix things that aren't broken.

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It is obvious that Mozilla DON'T CARE about this problem. Most people cant be bothered to complain to them and just move on the Chrome or Opera. Thats a big mistake! Firefox used to be the best but now it's almost as bad as Internet explorer. They have know about this problem for years. A few years back they used to get rid of the problem for a couple of months and after a few updates it reappeared again I no longer use Firefox myself. It's a shame. They have their fingers in ears going lalalalalala not listening. What a joke.

It is obvious that Mozilla DON'T CARE about this problem. Most people cant be bothered to complain to them and just move on the Chrome or Opera. Thats a big mistake! Firefox used to be the best but now it's almost as bad as Internet explorer. They have know about this problem for years. A few years back they used to get rid of the problem for a couple of months and after a few updates it reappeared again I no longer use Firefox myself. It's a shame. They have their fingers in ears going lalalalalala not listening. What a joke.
BlohoJo 1 oplossingen 10 antwoorden

Fix:

go to about:config in location bar

search for browser.sessionstore.postdata

set value to -1

Fix: go to about:config in location bar search for '''browser.sessionstore.postdata''' set value to '''-1'''

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Thanks for the reply BlohoJo but where do I find about:config in the location bar? I don't know what you mean. What is the location bar? You mean the address bar? No about config there.

Thanks for the reply BlohoJo but where do I find about:config in the location bar? I don't know what you mean. What is the location bar? You mean the address bar? No about config there.
iliff 0 oplossingen 3 antwoorden

BlohoJo means: - go to the address box (where you might key in a URL) - enter about:config - read the scary message that comes up - decide whether to risk it

BlohoJo means: - go to the address box (where you might key in a URL) - enter about:config - read the scary message that comes up - decide whether to risk it

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Hey Bloho....It doesn't work. I'm afraid it makes no difference at all.

Document Expired




         This document is no longer available.
       


       The requested document is not available in Firefox's cache.As a security precaution, Firefox does not automatically re-request sensitive documents.Click Try Again to re-request the document from the website.
Hey Bloho....It doesn't work. I'm afraid it makes no difference at all. Document Expired This document is no longer available. The requested document is not available in Firefox's cache.As a security precaution, Firefox does not automatically re-request sensitive documents.Click Try Again to re-request the document from the website.

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OK Illif I see. I tried it but.... it doesn't work.

OK Illif I see. I tried it but.... it doesn't work.

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BlohoJo 1 oplossingen 10 antwoorden

Did you close and restart the browser after changing browser.sessionstore.postdata to -1?

Did you close and restart the browser after changing '''browser.sessionstore.postdata''' to '''-1'''?

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Yes I closed it down and restarted it. It's not working.

Yes I closed it down and restarted it. It's not working.