The "Back" button is already hardkeyed to a single key press in most XHTML/MP browsers including the Nokia Series 60, so there is no need to provide such a link (in fact, that is not recommended).
The only time I want to include such functionality is when the user has navigated "deep" down a bunch of uncacheable pages. In that case, it make sense as most users don't know how to use the browser history to go back (and besides, it's too many keypresses).
Read the "WAP Service Developer's Guide for Nokai Series 60 Phones with XHTML Browser" for more suggestions.
Still no solution for Back-Link
unfortunately I absolutely have to create this back-link-stuff and I still haven't found a solution (also not in the doc for Nokia Series 60).
How can I use the WML-Extension WML:PREV inside XHTML Mobile Profile?
Or is there any other way?
Thanks a lot,
Re: 'Back'-link: how to do <prev/> in xhtml?
I came across this problem today, scoured the net and forums, and found no solution.
Then I remembered HTML1 used to have history "go" functions, as used in Lectora. So, sniffing a bit more, the following works in raw XHTML:
<a onclick="history.go(-1);" href="#">Back</a>
// where the "#" simply highlights the word as a link.