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Default Update Panel - Maintain Screen Position

page 86 states that a benefit of the UpdatePanel is that without it "the user is redirected to the top of the web page" - on a postback - "typically losing the context of where they are in the application".

I'm using a repeater control in an UpdatePanel. When the repeater is refreshed via a partial page postback, the page moves from the top to the bottom. Why doesn't it maintain it's position?





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