Hello,<BR><BR>I have some database information that I get displayed dynamically via an HTML table. On each row of the table, I placed a buttom (of type SUBMIT) so when the visitor clicks on the button, the row expands to reveal a TEXTAREA. Since the button of type=SUBMIT, the page gets POSTed and calls the "ACTION" ASP page which in turn reads some text file, then calls the original ASP page again (response.redirect "ORIG page"). The ORIG Page displayes the table again but this time also displays the contents of the text file read in the TEXTAREA where the row that has been expanded. If the button clicked happens to be some 2 or 3 screens down the Table, the visitor has to scroll down the browser screen to see the contents of the expanded TEXTAREA because the browser always displays the top portion of a rendered page. Is there a way to programatucally control the "ORIG Page" such that when the browser renders it again, it has already scrolled to the area where the button was clicked?