6 examples of 'onepageback' in JavaScript

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30back() {
31 if (this.page !== 1) {
32 this.page = this.page - 1;
33 this.history.push(`/news/${this.page}`, {});
34 }
35}
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102function back() {
103 document.getElementById("card-wrapper").className = "";
104 document.getElementById("c1").setAttribute("style", "");
105 push()
106}
35back() {
36 if (this.backStack.length < 2) return
37 let n = this.backStack.pop()
38 log('navigateBack', n)
39 this.fwdStack.push(n)
40 this.notify()
41}
240function previousPage() {
241 if (page > 1) {
242 page--;
243
244 var svg;
245 if ((typeof svgs !== 'undefined') && (svgs.length > 0)) {
246 svg = svgs[page];
247 }
248 else {
249 svg = vrvToolkit.renderPage(page); // render a page
250 }
251
252 document.getElementById("svg_output").innerHTML = svg; // print it
253 svgElement = document.getElementsByTagName("svg")[0]; // get the svg element in the html tree
254 layoutSvg();
255 updateNavigation();
256 }
257}
80function pushStatePage (page) {
81 console.log(props.match.url)
82 props.history.push(props.match.url + `?page=${page}`, {
83 username,
84 title
85 })
86}
13function backToPreviousPage(e) {
14 window.history.back();
15}

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