Hi - I'm tackling something that is a bit complicated for me really.
I have several link images that appear in an IFRAME which when clicked open up a page where a large image is displayed. The user can then choose another link image from the IFRAME to load another page with a different large image.
The problem is that when the page with the large image loads, it jumps down a little as if it's anchored and I want the page to load properly with the scrollbar at the top not a little way down. I know that the large image is coded as an anchor, so presumeably this is why its jumping down the screen a bit. Is there a better way to do that rather than point to an anchor?
Also, of course, the IMFRAME is positioned back at the top as it would be because obviously its a new page loading. Can I fix it so that the IFRAME presents already anchored lower if say the user has clicked on the bottom link image?
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There may be a much better way of doing this. In fact I'm sure there is, but I've tried all sorts of things.
I tried the show-hide layer thing in Dreamweaver, but then the client decided to add loads of link images so that I had to do it as an iframe in the end because we had to scroll so that messed up the whole show-hide function.
I know its a bit of a big one... Any ideas?