Why do I keep getting this message when I try to go back to previous page? "object moved to here"
This is so annoying. I use ancestry.com a lot and after I look at a census or a person on ancestry.com, I try to use the back arrow to go back to the page I started on and the screen goes white and it says "object moved to here." The "here" is a link, but it doesn't work to get me back to the page I want. I have to use the back arrow several times and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, then I have to start ancestry all over again. This is so annoying!
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A few times a week
This started when...
It's been happening more and more frequently, but it has been going on for several months. I sometimes shut everthing done and come back to it later in the day. I am totally losing my patience with this.
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This is likely an issue with the site and you'll have to contact them and ask them to fix it. But a link to a public page where this happens and lets us reproduce the problem might be helpful.