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I have a JSF page which is very lengthy. I have some links at the top of the page. If the user selects a link, the correspondinf content has to be displayed which is located on the same page. How can I implement this?

Similarly, How to implement "Go to Top" or "Go to Bottom" in the same page?

What JSF related tag should I use to achieve this? (as like <a> tag in html)
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Question by:Kadhiravan
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by:Michel Plungjan
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<a name="top">This is top</a>

<a href="#bottom">Go to bottom</a>

<a href="#otherpart">Go to other part</a>
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<a name="otherpart">Here is other part</a>


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<a name="bottom">This is bottom</a>

<a href="#top">Go to top</a>

It is called an anchor
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This can be achieved using Named Anchor to the hyperlink.
<a name="z" id="z"></a>
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by:Michel Plungjan
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erm... and this comment expands on what I already said in what way?
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PS: If you want javascript, you can do

<a href="#" onClick="window.scrollTo(0,0); return false">Top</a>

and
<a href="#" onClick="document.getElementById('someId').scrollIntoView(); return false">scroll to someId</a>
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by:Kadhiravan
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Hi,  Thanks for your response. Can you please let me know how this can be done in JSF page as we not supposed to use HTML tags in JSF page (constructed using JSF and Tomahawk tags.).
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by:Michel Plungjan
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One way:

http://www.horstmann.com/corejsf/jsf-tags.html#Table4_18

<h:outputLink value="#conclusion" title="Go to the         conclusion"> <h:outputText value="Conclusion"/>         </h:outputLink>


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by:Kadhiravan
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I got the page scroll working fine. Thanks for your help.
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by:Michel Plungjan
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And why a "B" ?
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