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I’m working on a web application that requires a logout. The logout “page” is actually just a navigation bar (with
history.back() ) that when clicked takes the user back in the browser to the login page. When user clicks the logout link, I’m trying to redirect them to the home page (what was their initial URL, in this case /loginpage).
The problem is, if the user hit the login page, and then clicked logout and sent them to the home page, they won’t be sent back to the login page. If they’d gotten back to the login page and then clicked the logout link, they would.
So, I put in the manual return of the user to the logout URL, and it works fine.
window.location.replace( ‘/loginpage’ );

But I don’t like this solution as it feels like I am sending the user back to the logout page with the redirect in the middle. Not sure if I would be able to tell from server side code if they were already on /loginpage or not.
I’ve also tried send them to the /loginpage, but when they get there, it doesn’t remember the session and logouts them on the server side.
I would like to avoid a popstate solution, as it will cause the user to lose their scroll position and then they’ll have to scroll all the way back up to the login page.
Any ideas?


If your problem is that you lose your scroll position, then consider preventing the redirect to /loginpage.
On click of the logout link, close the frame/navigation bar. Then in your main window’s onclick handler (for the logout link), have it do the following:
browserHistory.go(0) // i.e. go back to loginpage
window.close() // close the frame, so it will not redirect

Might need to use a setTimeout with short delay, because if your client has a larger delay, the user might not notice the


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