Navigation between pages

Hi, this is probably not strictly a Rails or Ruby question but I hope
that someone here can answer it or at least point me in the right
direction.

  1. When you click on a link to ‘B’, within a long page ‘A’ (IE. one
    that is bigger than the browser window so you need to scroll to
    navigate it) When you return from ‘B’ via a link (to ‘A’), within the
    linked page (‘B’) (not via the back button but via a link within the
    linked to page) it takes you to the top of page ‘A’. How can I force
    it to take you back to the point within page ‘A’ that you started
    from?

  2. In forms, the tab moves from left to right and down the page. Can
    the tab be forced to move down the page rather than left to right.

Sorry if the questions are basic, but I am relatively new to web
programming.

Thanks in advance,

Paul

  1. When you click on a link to ‘B’, within a long page ‘A’ (IE. one
    that is bigger than the browser window so you need to scroll to
    navigate it) When you return from ‘B’ via a link (to ‘A’), within the
    linked page (‘B’) (not via the back button but via a link within the
    linked to page) it takes you to the top of page ‘A’. How can I force
    it to take you back to the point within page ‘A’ that you started
    from?

No idea…

  1. In forms, the tab moves from left to right and down the page. Can
    the tab be forced to move down the page rather than left to right.

http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/forms/_INPUT_TABINDEX.html

-philip

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