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CSS Scroll Position After Javascript "reload()"

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Hi,

I have an application screen with a CSS scroll area. Users click links
in the scroll area which open small popup windows to enter data. When
the data is submitted, the popup reloads the opener to update the page
and closes itself. However when the parent page is updated, the div
scrolls back to the top. Is there a way to have CSS remember the
vertical scroll position and go back to it when the page is reloaded?
Similar to document.body.scrollTop in Javascript. Here's the relevant
portion of the code:

<STYLE TYPE="text/css">
div.scroll
{
height: 400px;
width: 960px;
overflow: auto;
border: 1px solid #0000ff;
background-color: #77ddcc;
padding: 8px;
}
</STYLE>

.............

<div class="scroll">
...application data...
...application data...
...application data...
...application data...
</div>

Oct 27 '06 #1
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Hi,

I have an application screen with a CSS scroll area. Users click links
in the scroll area which open small popup windows to enter data. When
the data is submitted, the popup reloads the opener to update the page
and closes itself. However when the parent page is updated, the div
scrolls back to the top. Is there a way to have CSS remember the
vertical scroll position and go back to it when the page is reloaded?
Similar to document.body.scrollTop in Javascript. Here's the relevant
portion of the code:
it is a simple question of html and answer is : use anchors

when calling popup send to it the id of link pressed
then when popup calls the new page in its mother the location mentions
anchor (the precedent id) to reach

opener.location = 'balh.htm#' + id;

Oct 27 '06 #2

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