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I am building a simple transactional site with two step process both on web and mobile (responsive). First Target users both male & female age from 30-40 relatively tech savvy.

First page is a selection page, where user selects an option they want. Second page is where the recap of the option and to submit. 

On the second page, I have a '

'back' text link to go back. But do you think it's necessary? These days a lot of people know how to go back to the previous page using browser back button. My only concern is that people would think that using the browser back button won't retain the selection they made.

If to include 'Back' button, where is a good placement? Top left or bottom left? Below the title or above the title "Step 2. Confirm your selection." and why?

I am building a simple transactional site with two step process. First page is a selection page, where user selects an option they want. Second page is where the recap of the option and to submit.

On the second page, I have a '

If to include 'Back' button, where is a good placement? Top left or bottom left? Below the title or above the title "Step 2. Confirm your selection." and why?

I am building a simple transactional site with two step process both on web and mobile (responsive). Target users both male & female age from 30-40 relatively tech savvy.

First page is a selection page, where user selects an option they want. Second page is where the recap of the option and to submit. 

On the second page, I have a 'back' text link to go back. But do you think it's necessary? These days a lot of people know how to go back to the previous page using browser back button. My only concern is that people would think that using the browser back button won't retain the selection they made.

If to include 'Back' button, where is a good placement? Top left or bottom left? Below the title or above the title "Step 2. Confirm your selection." and why?

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Where to place the '< Back' link or button?

I am building a simple transactional site with two step process. First page is a selection page, where user selects an option they want. Second page is where the recap of the option and to submit.

On the second page, I have a '

If to include 'Back' button, where is a good placement? Top left or bottom left? Below the title or above the title "Step 2. Confirm your selection." and why?