When a users first accesses my site (brand new browser window)
The "older entries" link comes up incorrect at the bottom of the main page. As a result, if anyone clicks on the link its comes back as a 404 request for an invalid page. The reality is that the link IS a valid page but just doesnt display properly. .
Here's an example of how should display:
Here's how it actually displays:
You can see the root for the blog is duplicated.
The odd thing is that this ONLY happens if the page is freshly loaded from a brand new window. If a user clicks on the home link in the header, goes to an archived month or if I log in as site admin, this problem disappers and the link appears properly. This is why I believe its a bug in WordPress not my setup. I've also tried different themes (default, Atahualpa, etc). All seem to do this. I've already tried disabling my wp-pagenavi plugin but this also had no effect.
Its frustrating because when users look for older posts, they generally just go straight to the bottom of the page. Though its a small issue its an integral part of maintaining fluidity on my site.
If someone can help resolve this issue (or find a workaround) it would be greatly appreciated.
I'm using the IIS6 w/ Fast CGI 1.5 for IIS, & php 5.3.2 (all most recent versions)