Create a back button right on your Web page. This button, when clicked, will take the reader back to the page they were on before they came to your page, wherever they came from.
This back button code works just like your browser's back button. It reads from your browser's history and sends the reader back to whence they came.
Basic Back Button Code
Use a Button or Image
Maybe instead of using plain text for your back button code you want to use a button image or some other image as your back button. In this case you need to add an image code into the back button code.
The image code replaces the part of the back button code where you see the words Go Back. Just delete Go Back from the back button code and put the image code in it's place.
In the image code below you see http://webserver.com/name_of_graphic.gif. This is where you put the URL (Web address) of the image you want to use for your back button. This is what the image code looks like:
Putting the Code Together
This is what your entire code will look like if you're using a button image or other image for your back button instead of text.