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I have a project in c# where I have used Response.Redirect to jump to another part of the page with the hash-tag (#) in the url - but the problem is that Response.Redirect creates an item in the browserhistory - and I want to avoid this item. I have tried to do it with a javascript function - but the browser creates a historyitem anyway.

I have tried to avoid Response.Redirect with the following codesnippet.

The code has been made it in ASP.net/c# with javascript.

Until now I have googlet and searched without finding the right solution...

Is it possible to avoid this browseritem in the browserhistory under those circumstances?

Regards Michael

What I have tried:

In my markup I have made the following:
ASP.NET
<asp:ImageButton ID="btnDelAccounting" runat="server" PostBackUrl="#DelAccounting" OnClientClick="ShowDialog('DelAccounting');"/>

In my javascript function I have made the following:
JavaScript
function ShowDialog(hash) {
    window.location.replace('Accounting.aspx#' + hash);
}
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Updated 27-Oct-21 0:12am
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1 solution

You need to prevent the image button from causing a postback to the sever.

Try:
ASP.NET
<asp:ImageButton ID="btnDelAccounting" runat="server" OnClientClick="ShowDialog('DelAccounting');return false;"/>
   

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