Steps to reproduce
Put the sample html below into a html page:
<form action = “<enter in dummy action page>">
<input name="radioGroup” id="allRadio" value="all" checked type="Radio"><label for="allRadio">All types</label><br>
<input name="radioGroup" id="selectRadio" value="select" type="Radio"><label for="selectRadio">Select types</label><br>
<input type="submit" value="Click me">
Click the Select types radio button. Now click the “Click me” button which will bring you to the next page. Then click the browser back button to get back to the radio button page. Both radio buttons are now not selected.
The expected behaviour is that clicking on the browser back button will remember what radio button was selected. This happens in: Firefox, Chrome, IE 11.
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