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How to retain scroll position on post back in ASP.NET MVC 2?

Posted on 2013-01-09
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Hi,

 I am developing this web application (ASP.NET MVC 2) that post backs on every control selections/changes. However after each post back, it is not remembering the scroll position and it returns to the default i.e. top of the page.

Do you have any ideas to resolve this issue?

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Vishnu
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