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SET-UP: When you open to the main page of my website two consecutive splash panels appear. The second of these leads you to a form with a reward for its completion. If the form is successfully completed, a confirmation page appears that congratulates you on successful completion of the form and invites you to return to the main page. Under normal conditions an if-statement whose condition is performance.navigation.type === 0 suppresses the splash panels from reoccurring when the main page is refreshed. When the main page is reopened from the confirmation page, however, this suppression technique fails. QUESTION: How would you recommend that I suppress the reoccurrence of the splash panels when the user seeks to access my site's main page using the link provided on the confirmation page? Mind you, I wish to retain the current suppression of the main page in the event that the users seeks to refresh the page! For example, is there a way that I could fool the browser into thinking that the main page is being refreshed when it is opened from the confirmation page?