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  1. A website that I coded is using jQuery/Ajax to build the pages dynamically as the user scrolls down. It is an e-commerce site and each page has a large number of products that would be enormous if loaded all at one so it loads 3 lines of products at a time on demand. The problem is that the client has noticed that if you click on a product, which displays a "details" page from which you can buy, and then go back it starts at the top again rather than returns to the position on "the page" from which the visitor clicked. Apparently other sites successfully manage to built the page dynamically in this way and maintain position when navigating back, but my knowledge of how "virtual pages" work (which is what I consider this to be, as at any point in time it is only a percentage of the page that is loaded) makes it difficult for me to find a solution. Does anybody have experience of this? See https://www.shibumistyle.com/en/p368-ladies-silk-cashmere-jacket.html for what I mean... scroll down a few pages and then click on a product to see more information. Thanks, Sean
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