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Posted on 2011-02-13
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I am back in my previous problem that I must solve.
I downloaded a new Chrome version and I thought that the probem is solved (because sometimes it does work).
The problem occures only in Chrome.
When I initialize the tinyMCE Chrome scrolls the page to the bottom.
I  scanned the tinyMCE code, and found only few places where it does scrolling.
I commented them out, but it did not help.
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rationalboss earned 2000 total points
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What is the URL? Check if there are hashes (#) in the URL too, it can also be a reason for the scrolling
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by:VapiSoft
ID: 34883991
Yes.
I don't know how they are being added to the URL.
The origional URL is: http://localhost/MyTree/main.php
or http://www.my-tree.co.il/main.php
But something happens, and a # is added to the URL.
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by:VapiSoft
ID: 34883998
You are right.
It is somthing to do with the '#'.
It looks like that the problem (that it adds the '#') when I do the following.

var main=document.getElementById('main');
var save=main.innerHTML;

and then (after I want to resore the old page).

main.innerHTML=save;


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by:VapiSoft
ID: 34884261
Hi,
I found out what adds the '#' to my URL.

I have many icons in my site that looks like that:
<a class="rollover" href="#"><img onclick="clickOnEditStatus('+k+')" src="Images/CSS/action_Edit.png" /></a>
So the probem is that in Chrome it adds the '#' to the curent UTL.
I think I can change it.


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by:VapiSoft
ID: 34884264
Please note my comment.
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