Lock-in

lock inThe phrase used to describe a Web page that disables the browser’s back button and prevents the user from leaving the page via the back button. The lock-in practice was originally used by pornography Web sites, however, more mainstream Web sites also use lock-in to keep readers on the Web site once it has loaded. Also a form of mousetrapping.

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