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Just wondered if its possible to make a newly loaded page jump to a id ? with or without javascript

like the old fasion way of having links to jump the same page. goto 4 would jump to jump here

Can this be archived on load ? if forexample my link is in segment_2

thats all :)

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Sure. You'd just need something like this is in your template:

{if segment_2!=''}
<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(){
$.scrollTo('#{segment_2}');
})
</script>
{/if}

That's assuming you have some sort of "scrollTo" jQuery add-on. You'll have to check the validity of that quickly written code.

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  • I'll do a check and return with an accept – bomanden Jan 28 '13 at 20:04
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You wouldn't be able to do it without JavaScript, unless you link directly to the anchor from the previous page.

<a href="{path='page-with-id'}#id">Page with ID</a>
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