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AJAX and scrolling layers problem

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I have a layer, which is a DIV that has overflow set to "auto", so it
looks like a little pop-up window, even though it's just a layer.

So if the content of that window makes the user scroll down to read it,
and the user clicks a link while scrolled down, and the AJAX function
calls new data into that DIV, that data, if overflowed, will also be
scrolled down.

So basically it's like if you scrolled down to the bottom of,
clicked a link to, and when you got to, the page
was scrolled to the bottom of the page instead of at the top.

Any way I can make sure when the new data is written to the layer, that
the overflow scrolling is scrolled to the top of the layer?

Jul 20 '06 #1
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Nevermind, found the answer:

var $obj = document.getElementById('whatever');

$obj.scrollTop = 0 - $obj.scrollHeight;


Jul 20 '06 #2

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Sugapablo wrote:
$obj.scrollTop = 0 - $obj.scrollHeight;
Why not just:

$obj.scrollTop = 0;


Matt Kruse
Jul 20 '06 #3

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