You don't happen to have <% Response.Expires = 0 %> at the top of your page do you? If so, this is your problem because the ASP is telling your browser to not cache the page. If you change it to another number you shouldn't have a problem. The number corresponds to minutes.<BR>e.g. <%Response.Expires = 20 %> means the page will expire after 20 minutes. <BR>Hope that helps,<BR>Daemon Blair.
Adding that to the pages made me rewrite them to keep from getting an error. I added <%Response.Expires = 5 %> at the top of the pages but I still get the same "page expired" when I click the back button.
That's really weird that you got an error from just putting that. You made sure to have it at the top of the page of the page that you want to press the back button to get to? I'm not quite sure what to tell you. Did you try what the other guy suggested? Maybe that'll work for you.<BR>Daemon Blair.