I have some navigational delimmas happening in my current project. The website are all intertwinned and some of the scripts and pages are setup to use the include() function to take the user back to a specific page. The problem is that when the user clicks the back button, the page that the user is taken back to is the parents php script that used the include() function instead of the file called by this function. I need a method or procedure to handle this problem. Is there perhaps a different way to redirect the user to a new page instead of using the include function()?
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