I have a custom themed Drupal 7 site here. If you click on the left or right arrows in the top slide show or bottom "logo parade", the browser will scroll to that hash tag (undesired). Also, when logged in and looking at an edit page (uses Seven admin theme, not custom theme), clicking on a vertical tab e.g. "Menu settings" will scroll to the top of the page. This is disorienting and disruptive!
What's most troubling is that I can't reproduce this issue on the local test version of the site. The home page slide show and logo parade cause no scrolling when clicking around. The edit pages are a dream without unwanted scrolling...
FireBug isn't reporting anything odd. I'm not seeing noticeable differences between the live and local sites. Another Drupal 7 site I have on the same production server is not having this issue. It works great locally. I'm stumped.
This might be unrelated (maybe a related clue!), but for this site specifically I'm also having some odd ajax issues when editing views via Seven theme (and it's working great on my local version). When attempting to add a field to any view I'm getting this message, followed by the overlay instead loading as its own page:
An AJAX HTTP request terminated abnormally. Debugging information follows. Path: /admin/structure/views/ajax/add-item/articles/block/field StatusText: ResponseText: ReadyState: 4
Any thoughts on where I should start to troubleshoot this issue? I truly appreciate the assist in advance! :D