On the page with information there's a delete button. My question is similar to this one, but the second part wasn't answered. My question is: when delete is clicked what page should the user be navigated to?
Should they go back to the search results? If they go back, the deleted resource will still be in the list because the browser has cached the GET request. What if they navigated to the resource via URL directly and didn't search for it? Is this a problem?
Alternatively should they be redirected to a page with a message saying that the user has been deleted? If so and they click back in the browser, they'll go to the page with the deleted resource.
I realise this question is influenced by browser implementation and web semantics, but I get the feeling there's a simple solution to do with deletion that we're missing. Maybe the delete button shouldn't be on the page for the resource at all...