"Back" button behavior after reading a searched-for article
First off, let me express my gratitude to Floyd for engineering this website and to my fellow bakers for providing this community from which I've learned so much.
When I use TFL's search feature, I see results in sets of 10. If I click on an article on the first page of results, then click my browser's Back button, it takes me back to the same page of search results, so I can easily continue perusing the list. If however, I exhaust that first page of results and go on to the 2nd (or further) page, then click on an article of interest, and then do "Back", I find myself NOT where I left off in the list, but on the first page, the one I've already seen and exhausted. Then I have to "Next" to pick up where I left off. Minor annoyance.
So I was about to complain about this slightly annoying feature of the TFL website, when I decided to try another browser. I normally use Firefox 3.6.15 on a Mac with OS 10.6.6. But when I tried Safari 5.0.4, the TFL behaves just as I'd like it to -- when I "Back" from article 15 (for example), I'm back on the page of search results 11-20, right where I want to be. Perusing the "Preferences" in both Safari and Firefox doesn't show any obvious settings in one or the other that could explain or modify this difference in behavior. And this behavior doesn't appear to be sensitive to the s/w versions of Firefox or Safari; I've been observing this ever since I started reading TFL more than a year ago.
Does anyone have insight as to why Firefox isn't backing up to the search-result-page I just came from, or some setting that might fix this?