AFAIK there is no option to disable this in FF.
Those prefs are about sessions and have nothing to do with the document expired message.
Dorian, IMHO the two strangers were trolls anyway. Their posts make no real sence to me. One either edited his HTTP header's IP data... Else he is posting from the Forum's server...
I already mentioned that the other interpretation makes no sence with back button.
More verbose version of above. :)
Not reachable by default via about:config of Firefox.
Falls back to a useful default. Looked it up now.
0 Do not store POST data in saved sessions (default)
Pref can be created and then changed. Is for session recovery.
Values and purpose: session restore.
Positive integer or -1 means store POST data. Which will be send again.
Therefore the other mentioned pref must be also created before use and must be set to prevent re-sending POST data like buy orders or mail from secure sites.
To prevent the keeping/resending of POST data on secure sites the value =
1 Store extra session data for unencrypted (non-HTTPS) sites only
is used for pref browser.sessionstore.privacy_level.
Hope my English is understandable enough.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09/04/2014 09:12PM by guenter.