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Auto scroll to an anchor inside a cfdiv

Posted on 2014-02-18
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Hi,

I have a CFDIV

<cfdiv name="test">
<a name="top">TOP</a>
<div style="height:5000px;">container</div>
<a name="bottom">BOTTOM</a>
</cfdiv>

I need to scroll to the anchor #bottom when i click on a link.

Please Help

Mike
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Question by:quarkmike
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by:leakim971
ID: 39868333
Use : <a name="bottom" id="bottom">BOTTOM</a>

and add : #bottom to your link
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/Cold_Fusion_Markup_Language/Q_28367507.html#bottom
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by:quarkmike
ID: 39868440
Thanks Leakim but i need to post value inside cfdiv and go to the anchor (bas) without refreshing the entire page .

Example

test.cfm
<cfdiv id="mike" style="width:100px; height:200px; overflow:hidden;" ></cfdiv>

<a onClick="ColdFusion.navigate('div.cfm?testValue=1','mike');">a</a>

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div.cfm
<cfparam name="testValue" default="0">
<div style="height:500px;background-color:red;"><cfoutput>#now()#</cfoutput></div>
<a name="bas" id="bas">#testValue#</a>
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by:leakim971
ID: 39868608
Did you tried this?
<a onClick="ColdFusion.navigate('div.cfm?testValue=1#bas','mike');">a</a>
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by:quarkmike
ID: 39869502
Yes.
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by:Rodrigo Munera
ID: 39870323
Mike:
<a href="#bottom" onClick="ColdFusion.navigate('div.cfm?testValue=1','mike');">Go to bottom</a>

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by:quarkmike
ID: 39871251
Don't work :/
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by:leakim971
ID: 39871254
Please provide a link to see that in live! Thanks :)
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by:quarkmike
ID: 39871281
http://www.cfmike.com/test/test.cfm


test.cfm
<cfdiv id="testDiv" style="width:100px; height:200px; overflow:scroll;" ></cfdiv>

<a href="#bottom" onClick="ColdFusion.navigate('div.cfm?testValue=1','testDiv');">Go to bottom</a>

div.cfm
<cfparam name="testValue" default="0">
<div style="height:500px;background-color:red;"><cfoutput>#now()#</cfoutput></div>
<cfoutput><a name="bottom" id="bottom">#testValue#</a></cfoutput>
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leakim971 earned 500 total points
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Using the callback function :
http://livedocs.adobe.com/coldfusion/8/htmldocs/help.html?content=JavaScriptFcns_24.html

Work for me :
<a href="#bottom" onclick="ColdFusion.navigate('div.cfm?testValue=1','testDiv',function() { location.hash = '#';setTimeout(function() { location.hash = '#bottom'; },100); });return false;">Go to bottom</a>

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This get the first link in the page : document.getElementsByTagName("a")[0]

<script>
document.getElementsByTagName("a")[0].onclick = function() {
	ColdFusion.navigate('div.cfm?testValue=1','testDiv',function() { 
		location.hash = "#";
		setTimeout(function() {
			location.hash = "#bottom";
		},100);
	});
	return false;
}
</script>

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by:quarkmike
ID: 39902879
Thanks guys
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