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    i know you can do identifiers to jump to a specific part of a page, but is it possible to jump to an input box?

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    You can set focus to a form element using JavaScript, however I am not sure if the page would scroll if that element is further down the page (out of sight).

    You could just put an anchor right beside the inout box and use JavaScript to focus inside the box.

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    What do you mean by `jump to'?

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    "scroll down to" , bsfog i think solved it for me though, thanks shadowfiend

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    Indeed. Keep in mind that an `anchor' is just an id. So just setting an id on the element itself should let you get to it using #id on the URI.


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