- Represents the history of pages displayed to the user. Allows the webpage to manipulate the history by adding new pages or navigating between pages already in the history. Use the window.onpopstate event to listen to the user changing the page through the browser's back/forward buttons. See also Location
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- The Window.history read-only property returns a reference to the History object, which provides an interface for manipulating the browser session history (pages visited in the tab or frame that the current page is loaded in). See Manipulating the browser history for examples and details
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Manipulating the browser history - Web APIs MD
- imal API that lets you manage the history stack, navigate, confirm navigation, and persist state between sessions.