I have seen this beheaviour in both IE 6.0 and FF 0.9.1. When you load a page, with a #blah at the end of the URL in IE, it scrolls automagically to the #blah part of the page, eventhough the page hasn't fully loaded yet (like images). In FF it waits until the page is fully loaded, before scrolling to the #blah part. In both browsers, if you scroll manually through the page, while the page is loading, and the page has loaded fully in the mean time, the browser quickly jumps to the #blah part, eventhough you may already have read it. An example: Here on the OSNN board overview, if you click a thread title, it automagically loads the last page you have read and by putting a #postxxx (where xxx is a number) behind the URL, the browser knows it has to scroll to that part of the page. Sometimes, the page can not fully load quickly enough, because an image in a member's signature is not available or something. Especially in IE, it's very annoying when you are scrolled to that part of the page, you read it and scroll further, until the page has fully loaded and you are scrolled back to the #postxxx part again. Does anyone know how to stop this? I hope I made myself clear, I don't know if I can explain it otherwise. What I want, is that the browser scrolls to that part, but cancels the process when I am scrolling myself, so I won't be redirected back to the #postxxx part I already read while tha page was loading. Is there an option in FF for this? Can this be solved in IE? Help? Cake? Want a cookie?