This one is more complicated. First, I needed a page where I could show a table with both a locked top row and locked left column. After two years of searching and testing, I found a great script by Richard Cornford, which Ive posted at <http://www.oasections.com/articles/scrollabletable.html>. However, the table acts up if you try to link via an anchor tag to a specific row in the table.
At the top of each page in the site <http://www.oasections.com/>, I have a search form and button, where the user enters a number (e.g., 1-99) that adds a numbered anchor to the URL of the resulting page: <http://www.oasections.com/oasectionindex.html#99>
I've tried both <a name="99"> and <div id=99></div> in various parts of the table, i.e., the (locked) row header as well as the 1st cell in that (movable) row. What happens is, when you link to the row 99, the rest of the row has moved up by over half a row height, so it no longer lines up. Reload the page without the anchor, and it lines up correctly. I need this for all 90+ lines on the page (as well as other pages).
I'm debating about trying to use window.scroll to specific pixel coordinates or a specific number of lines, but haven't gotten that far yet.... I just can't find any good alternatives to an anchor tag. I've even tried a paid expert's code website, but no dice.
If you do a search for 99 (control+F), it will scroll into view fine. Which is why I've tried finding a script that would run a text search after the page loads, but I've put that on the back burner as well.