[Seaside] Obfuscating/Deleting jQuery dialogs after logging out

Lukas Renggli renggli at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 15:46:02 UTC 2009

Not really, these pages come from the browser cache. The server cannot
do anything else but ask the users to close the browser window and
clear their cache. If you use https, closing the browser window might
be enough as browsers typically don't cache https requests.


2009/9/22 Paul DeBruicker <pdebruic at gmail.com>:
> Hi -
> I allow users to change their address information in a jQuery dialog.
> Once they log out another person could click the back button enough
> times until they are able to see the user's address.  Logging in is
> optional and I want users to be able to use the back button, so I
> don't think I can put the application in an isolate: block.  Is there
> an accepted way to mask the information shown in the dialog so that a
> third party working at the computer could not easily see the user's
> address later?  They can't change the address  but they can read it.
> replaceWith: or #destroy don't have the affect I'd like.
> Thanks for any guidance
> Paul
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Lukas Renggli

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