HTML | DOM History go() Method
The History go() method in HTML is used for loading a specific URL from the history list. It is a better alternative to history.back() and history.forward() methods if a number or the URL of the specific page are known which want to load from your history.
history.go( number|URL )
Parameters: This method accepts single parameter number|URL which is mandatory and used to specify either the number/position of the URL in the history list or the URL of the page. -1 is used to go one page back and 1 is used to go one page forward.
Below program illustrates the History go() method in HTML:
Example 2: For going to the previous URL in the history list.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by History go() method are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
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