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window.scrollTo(x,y);

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I am using the following script and it is not doing anything  

  window.scrollTo(0, 900);

do I have to do anything else to change the scroll position.
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this works
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<script type="text/javascript">
 
window.scrollTo(0, 300);
</script>

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thanks
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