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Help with anchors

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I have a page with a standard header and a lot of anchor links...when you click on a link, the relevant anchor will come on top of page, so the header will not be visible and you have to scroll up in order to see it. What i need to do is to specify a standard position to the anchor links, so that the header will be always visible. Something like padding-top: 150px; with css, but this will not work in this case. So i'm looking if there's something in javascript to help me do it.
Nov 16 '07 #1
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Can you post some of your code.

You will need to fix the position of the headers on the page using position:fixed (not supported by IE6) - see link.
Nov 17 '07 #2

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