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aspx page not displaying until move moved on page

Hello,

I have a web application written in asp, which l have recently updated
by adding pages written in aspx to it. The start up page of the
application is in asp (index.asp). This page not nothing except
redirect the user to another page within in aspx (index.aspx).

When the user navigates away from this page to other pages and tries to
return to index.aspx using the back button in Internet Explorer, the
url is displayed correctly but the page on the screen does not change
until the mouse is moved across the page.

Caching is disabled on both the asp and aspx pages. I have not noticed
this using Firefox and l am yet to find a solution. Has anyone else
come across this before, and if so, what is the solution?

Regards,

Agricfowl

Nov 27 '06 #1
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This sounds like a browser issue to me. Try updateing your browser.

Ciaran O'Donnell

"ag*******@googlemail.com" wrote:
Hello,

I have a web application written in asp, which l have recently updated
by adding pages written in aspx to it. The start up page of the
application is in asp (index.asp). This page not nothing except
redirect the user to another page within in aspx (index.aspx).

When the user navigates away from this page to other pages and tries to
return to index.aspx using the back button in Internet Explorer, the
url is displayed correctly but the page on the screen does not change
until the mouse is moved across the page.

Caching is disabled on both the asp and aspx pages. I have not noticed
this using Firefox and l am yet to find a solution. Has anyone else
come across this before, and if so, what is the solution?

Regards,

Agricfowl

Nov 27 '06 #2
My browser version is 6.0.2900.2180.

Ciaran O''Donnell wrote:
This sounds like a browser issue to me. Try updateing your browser.

Ciaran O'Donnell
Nov 27 '06 #3

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