I've got a site where I'm hoping to use Pines Notify to display messages to
the user. Some of these messages will be the result of ajax activities and
will appear from time to time on the page. No problems here so far.
Other messages will appear on page load - generally informing the user of the
successful saving of their data after a page submit and/or location.replace()
activity. I've used the ready() function to have the message added to the
notification queue automatically on load, but can't seem to figure out a way
to ONLY display it when the page is loaded the first time. In IE and Chrome it
redisplays the ready() event added notifications on forward and back
navigation through the history. I'd like to avoid displaying the notifications
generated on the first page load on subsequent visits through the forward and
You seem to have CSS turned off.
Please don't fill out this field.
If the browser is storing the state of the DOM in the history and reverting it
on Back button press, then there's not really anything that can be done.
Unless possibly if you watched for a change in the history maybe... It's
beyond the scope of the plugin anyway.
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