Disable 'more' auto-scrolling

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    Whenever I click on the ‘more’ button, I get “/#more-xxx” after the link that when the more button is pressed on the frontpage of the website. This little piece of the URL uses an auto-scrolling technique to make the location of the more tag the top part of the users screen, and I find this to be very annoying. Is there a way to turn this off? When users press the ‘more’ button, they need to get the exact same URL as when the title is clicked, so without the “/#more-xxx” at the end of the URL and without the auto-scrolling.

    Thanks in advance!



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