As most of us know, the browser plays a huge rol in our internet experience. However, every web developer knows that every browser out there has some strange default settings and many sites including this one contain need to detect the browser to adapt to that. Otherwise you, as a user, would not have the same user experience. And like all websites, that also goes for browsing RBTI.info
But since use limited funds to try to achieve as much as possible, we do not always have the time to complete customization and fully test the browser compatibility.
We recommend FireFox over all other browsers because FireFox follows the most standards and is fully open source.
If you use RBTI-log, or regularly fill out forms, you may have ran in to one of the most anoying things that many browsers use: hit the backspace button and sometimes you are taken to the previous page, loosing whatever you typed on the form.
The good news if you use FireFox: you can disable that!
Enter in the address bar about:config
If you are using about:config for the first time, click “I’ll be careful, I promise”.
in the filter field.
Double click the key that comes up. Its default value is 0.
To turn off Back action, change the value to 2.
If you need to revert this change later, edit the value to 0 again.