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Is it possible to Response.Redirect(), from code behind, to a specific section of an html page?

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Is it possible to Response.Redirect(), from code behind, to a specific section of an html page?
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Yes, it should be :

Response.Redirect("myotherpage.aspx#sectionname");

You have to remember that the #sectionname part of theURL is actually an instruction to the browser to scroll to the <a name="sectionname"> tag, not any kind of server side instruction.
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