The center section of my site (http://nimbleliving.com) consists of a view containing a blog. The sidebars handle the navigation to the other areas of the site.
The problem is that one of my readers bookmarked the site while on the second page of the blog. Now, when they return to the web-site, they're brought to the 2nd page of the blog instead of the real first page. (Yes, it's true. I have so few readers that I can track individual patterns. But, I'm grateful for that during times like this when I realize something is broken.)
So, I've been trying to figure out a way to address this:
1. Add a page number to the blog so that people would know this is happening and re-bookmark it on the front page. But, the problem with this solution is that it looks tacky on Page 1 and there are no classes or id's in the HTML that I can use to turn the display off for only the first page.
2. Fool the browsers so that if someone bookmarks the 2nd or 3rd page, the bookmark is really set for the first page. While I prefer this option, I haven't found any hints on how to do that.
Does anyone have any ideas?