I've got a problem with a search page I've developed.
The problem has got to do with 3 different pages:
The first page is a page you can fill out with terms and conditions to search for. When you press the button on de bottem of the first page, you will be send to the result page, wich nicely shows all the "correct" results. It also shows a code wich is clickable and wich will take you to the third page wich contains a description of the code. This page also contains some links with pages concerning that same code.
My problem is the following:
I want a button or a link on the third page that will take you back to the second page showing the exact same results. My first thought was to take the query wich loads the results and pass it on to the third site and every link on that third site so when you press the back to results link you would be taken back to the second page loading the query again.
Although this seemed to be working with small query's, it doesn't anymore after you've loaded a big query containing lot's of text.
According to me, this problem persists due to the fact the adres bar can't take this amount of text.
Anybody got a solution for this problem???
Greetz Helgo Rongen.