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C#

Shirin Patel
Shirin Patel
3,359 Points

Controller

Instead of using the ActionLink HTML helper method to create the "Return to List" button, we could switch to manually rendering the <a> element and setting the href attribute to the referrer's URL. Or we could use a JavaScript based approach that leverages the brower's window.history object's back method.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

Is this in reference to something specific in a course? You might want to include a link to the course page.

Also, are you asking a question here, or just making a comment on something in the course?