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ASP DEV: Hold page position after Submit and Working With Frames

Posted on 2004-04-07
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QUESTION 1:
I am working STANDARD ASP.
When the user hits the Save button, I want the page to remain in the same position rather than reset at the top of the page.  I have done this in ASP.NET but cannot remember how I did it.
Is it possible to do in ASP?

QUESTION 2:
I am working STANDARD ASP.
I have a page with three frames, a Menu, Content and Header frame.
I want the Header frame to contain anchor links to topic areas on the Content frame in order to provide the user with a quick way to jump to a section in a long form.

Is there a way to do this?
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Question by:ronpenrose
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for 1 question:

you must add anchor there you want to scroll after submit. then in form action parameter you must specify that anchor name. for ex.

<a name="save">
<form name="go.asp#save">
   <input type="submit" value="save">
</form>

for question 2:

the same way only specify target and name content frame.


header frame:
<a href="content.asp#header1" target="content">
<a href="content.asp#header2" target="content">

content frame:

<a name="header1">
header 1
some text

<a name="header2">
header 2

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