I have a form / wizard on my website with multiple steps.
history API hacks)?
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No, it's not a good idea. Apart from the fact that nobody would expect it (principle of least surprise), it's already established that the back and forward buttons move through your browser history -- that is, pages that have already been visited.
The forward button also has no ability to indicate, like a 'Next' button often does, whether proceeding at this point is possible.