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    Does using a # in URL's not work on iPhones?

    Hi guys,

    I made a post earlier about trying to move the navigation section of my mobile site but it sounds a bit too complicated for me. I did try adding a # to the end of the link to move the screen straight down to the order box (you'll see what I mean if you visit http://switch2dvd.co.uk/order/#) and that works on the web version, but not on iPhones.

    Is there anyway to make this work on the iPhone and possibly Android?

    Thanks!

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    Hashes typically signifiy url fragments and typically have something following them. No reason they won't work if you supply them correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwb_99 View Post
    Hashes typically signifiy url fragments and typically have something following them. No reason they won't work if you supply them correctly.
    Thanks, I got it to work by using <div id="here">


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