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Is there anyway to create smart navigation in ASP?

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by:flow79
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what do you mean by smart navigation?  you will need to be alot more specific or youre going to get all sorts of wild and crazy answers.

if you describe what youre looking for, we can most likely design you something, or put you on the right track.
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by:Budenk
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It likes smart navigation feature on ASP.Net
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by:flow79
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not sure what you mean - i dont use ASP.NET.  If this is a .NET question, please post it in the ASP.NET TA, which can be found at: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/ASP_DOT_NET/
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by:flow79
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please describe what you want if it is a classic ASP question.
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by:Budenk
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It's ASP question not .Net question.
If you have ever used Asp.Net with setting "true" on the smart navigation, your page can retain the last position that you have before you submit the form (post the form).
I woule like have that on ASP if it's possible

Thanks in advance
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by:Budenk
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The last position that i mean above is the last position on the screen, so you don't need to scroll it down after you submit the form instead of having the same position after you submitted
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by:bruno
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what form?  can you post a link?   i don't think anyone here understands what you are trying to get at...


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by:flow79
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exactly bruno.

i almost think he wants something like an internal link to occur so that when you submit the form, when the page reloads, it displays at the point you were at, not right at the top of the page.
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by:bruno
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that should be possible with anchors but still, a link to the page he is looking at on asp.net would be helpful...
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by:Budenk
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Thanks guys.
I found the way to do it myself.

Moderator: could you please return my point back.

Thanks!
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by:flow79
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you ought to post what your solution was, so that if future user's search for similar issues, they can know what you did.  Also, if you want a refund of points, you have to post in the Support area, you cant just request it here - no Mod will see it.
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by:bruno
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agreed, you need to post your solution
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by:flow79
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I understand that the asker found a solution on his/her own.  However, as both bruno and I have stated, the answer he/she found and used should be posted before refunding points.  It is only fair to those of us who attempted to help that we know what the true resolution was, and will also increase the knowledge base for future users.
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by:bruno
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flow,

the recommendation was no points refunded - which is fine with me.  if the asker posts their solution, i'd be fine with refunding points as well.
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@flow79,
Please note that (as brunobear pointed out) the recommendation is for delete without refund. No refund was recommended for the following reasons.

- The asker did not request/initiate a closure/deletion
- Asker did not share the solution despite request from the experts
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by:Budenk
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This is my solution that I got from internet
http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/111704-1.aspx 

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