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Navigating to a bookmark on page?

How would I accomplish the following ?
Navigate to a bookmark on a page from a routine in the code behind.

---- html code

bookmark1 (someplace on the page... is this an htmlanchor?)
?? how do I define the bookmark??

bookmark2 (somwhere else down the page)

-----

--- Code behind file

Sub GotoBookmark(byVal myBookmark As String)
' what goes here ??
?? NavigateToBookmark(myBookMark) ????
End Sub
Nov 17 '05 #1
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I don't think it's doable on the server side. I just do a Redirect to the
same page, and put the anchor in the URL,

http://mysite/mywebform.aspx#anchorname

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How would I accomplish the following ?
Navigate to a bookmark on a page from a routine in the code behind.

---- html code

bookmark1 (someplace on the page... is this an htmlanchor?)
?? how do I define the bookmark??

bookmark2 (somwhere else down the page)

-----

--- Code behind file

Sub GotoBookmark(byVal myBookmark As String)
' what goes here ??
?? NavigateToBookmark(myBookMark) ????
End Sub

Nov 17 '05 #2
Hi
this can be done. The html bookmark code is of the form
<A name='#bookmark1'></A>"
The server code that causes the browser to jump to it is
a script function that runs when the page loads
string script = "<SCRIPT
language='javascript'>location.href='#bookmark';</SCRIPT>"
;
Page.RegisterStartupScript("startupscript",script) ;

alex
-----Original Message-----
How would I accomplish the following ?
Navigate to a bookmark on a page from a routine in the code behind.
---- html code

bookmark1 (someplace on the page... is this an htmlanchor?) ?? how do I define the bookmark??

bookmark2 (somwhere else down the page)

-----

--- Code behind file

Sub GotoBookmark(byVal myBookmark As String)
' what goes here ??
?? NavigateToBookmark (myBookMark) ???? End Sub
.

Nov 17 '05 #3
Alex,
Thanks alot...
worked perfectly!
John
Nov 17 '05 #4

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