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navigate to a linked target on html page without page refresh

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how do I navigate to a <a> linked target on html page without having to reload php generated content. if I click on a link to a target such as 'Top of Page', it refreshes to entire page content.
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For this usually a hash sign is used:
<a href="#">Top of Page</a>

Open in new window

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Any element with an id can be targeted with
<a href="#someid">Go to ID</a>

There are a whole range of effects using targets


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You can add target id's to your page, making it possible to link to different sections, or have it done automatically: http://www.kryogenix.org/code/browser/generated-toc/
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by:mmarth
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my problem was that i was creating a php button which had a submit as the link. thanks
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by:Robert Schutt
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Hmm, not sure how my solution helped you in that case. I assume you just made sure the "#someid" was included in the action url or redirected url from that action page.
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