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    • Category : Java
    • Location : Chandigarh, India
    • Posted On : Jul 9, 2016

    URL — The new history entry's URL is given by this parameter. Note that the browser won't attempt to load this URL after a call to pushState(), but it might attempt to load the URL later, for instance after the user restarts the browser. The new URL does not need to be absolute; if it's relative, it's resolved relative to the current URL. The new URL must be of the same origin as the current URL; otherwise, pushState() will throw an exception. This parameter is optional; if it isn't specified, it's set to the document's current URL.

    // modify history
    window.history.pushState(obj, title, url);
    window.history.pushState("", "", 'www.dorcode.com');  

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