Hi Casey, Long time, no catastrophic error :) If by "scroll" you mean click the right arrow on the bottom, I can't reproduce the behavior in IE. I wonder... when you get to a blank page that shouldn't be blank, what happens if you do a hard refresh (F5 or CTRL-F5)? This may be a *browser* caching issue, which possibly could be further affected by the page caching settings of IIS (not ASP.NET). Cheers, Peter From: "Casey" aspnet at thecrookstons.com http://www.jewelfire.com/test/products.aspx?category1=1 Hello everyone. The oddest thing is going on, and I am stumped as to how to track down this error. In the page above, we are viewing products 1-15 of 199 possible products. At the bottom you'll notice the links to move from page to page to view more products in the same category. The series of 15 product images and links is built as follows: 1) All images from a category are placed into a DataTable. 2) The DataTable is cached. 3a) Based on the page the user has requested, a DataView is created and loaded with a filtered set of 15 records from the cached DataTable 3b) Before 3a is performed, we check to make sure that the cached DataTable is not empty. If it is, we rebuild it. 4) The DataView is written to the page. I did it this way because I did not want to have to re-create the DataTable each time the user moves from page to page within the same category. I also did it this way because it seemed easier (and took less trips to the server) to only perform one simple query the first time a user requests a category instead of a very complex query every time the user changed pages. Now, here's where things get odd. If you go to the above page in IE and then start scrolling through the pages, you will notice that after one, or two, or three, or four clicks, all of the images vanish. If you go to the page in FireFox, the images do vanish, but only after about 90+ clicks on the paging links. Even more odd, is that this weird vanishing trick NEVER happens on my development server. Never. In either browser. What gives? How can I track down an error that occurs on one server but not another, is inconsistent, and behaves differently in different browsers? I would assume the problem is stemming from the cached DataTable, but then again, if it's empty, it is told to rebuild. I am stumped. Casey -- * * Please support the community that supports you. * * http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !