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    Question Help with Top of Page Javascript

    http://www.ebay.com/ctg/NorthPoint-N...1&_rptype=4295

    At the above URL if you scroll down the page a little bit on the left bottom of the site you will see a image appear with an up arrow. If you click it it takes you to the top of the page. Could someone give directions on installing this script on a website. I would like to add this feature to my website.

    Thanks in advance for the help

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    This is not Javascript but straightforward HTML.

    The page top is located by an anchor

    Code:
    <body>
    <p><a name="Pagetop"></a></p>
    and then whereever you want the image (top.gif) to appear

    Code:
    <p><a href="#Pagetop"><img src="top.gif" alt ="Go to top of page" title ="Go to top of page" width="54" height="29" border = "0" ></a></p>
    You can if you wish refine this by placing the image within a <div> which is styled "display:none" which changes to style.display="" on some event, say onmouseover another <div>.

    It is very difficult to reliably capture the scrollbar position cross-browser and that is hence not recommended.

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    Last edited by Philip M; 05-26-2011 at 07:12 PM.

    All the code given in this post has been tested and is intended to address the question asked.
    Unless stated otherwise it is not just a demonstration.


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