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    I’m embedding zoho forms in an iframe using your popup builder plugin, and the popups are set to open on button class click. All that is working fine. The problem is that the browser interprets the iframe or popup loading as a separate browsing event, which means that when I press back nothing happens at all. In order to actually go back, I have to click the back button several times. Here’s an image of the back button on long press (shows recent pages browsed): https://ibb.co/XzgRsCL

    Sometimes the problem doesn’t happen at all and the back button works fine, some times it’s like my screenshot, and sometimes there will be 10 or 20 of the same page in a row, meaning you’d have to click the back button 10-20 times to actually go back 1 single page.

    This issue is well described as the second block of text on this page (as the accepted solution): https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/975037 However there is no actual solution given or known. I deactivate the popup builder software and the problem immediately goes away. I turn off site caching and disable caching plugin but there is no effect. Do you know of any solution?

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