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There can be multiple ways to get this done. But I will go with a simpler approach.
There can be ways one can sneak past this, and with some other additions or all together different approaches, that can be enforced more tightly. But I always lean towards simpler and effective solution than complex, 100% foolproof on especially in marketing related workflows.
Let me know if you have any questions. Hope this helps.
I've had similar needs in the past. Thanks Rajesh for explaiing.
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I am pretty sure that you can't access the entire browser history since that would be a major security flaw. However, Rajesh's solution will still work and hold true if you simply look for the previous page the lead came from. In this example, if the previous page is not the form fill-out, then redirect.
The code is really simple. See http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/prop_doc_referrer.asp ... all you need to do is check document.referrer.
This will actually be a pretty good feature suggestion that a lead cannot access a resource such as a landing page, video or PDF file unless they are validated to have all the required information.
Thanks for the input - I'm getting this taken care of this week!
I submitted this idea (along with other functionalities). Lets see...