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rRomila says

Hi All,
I came up with this idea to add a “Page Top” (Go to top) to all the Marketplace pages. Since we have to scroll all the way up wouldn`t it be better If we could have a icon or a link to go up.
I have already informed about this and guess they are still considering about it.
So what do you`ll think? Just share your idea on this.
Thnx n Brgrds
rRomila

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theflyingtinman says
Just create a bookmarklet with the following code:
javascript:void(function(){window.scroll(0,0)}())

and you can instantly scroll to the top of any page. :)

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DarkstarDesigns says
Just create a bookmarklet with the following code:
javascript:void(function(){window.scroll(0,0)}())
and you can instantly scroll to the top of any page. :)

Just out of interest what is a bookmaklet and how do you make them?

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theflyingtinman says
Just create a bookmarklet with the following code:
javascript:void(function(){window.scroll(0,0)}())
and you can instantly scroll to the top of any page. :)
Just out of interest what is a bookmaklet and how do you make them?

Wikipedia explains it far better than I could. :)

So to create this one you would just create a bookmark on your browser’s Links or Bookmarks toolbar (name it “Page Top”, or something relevant) then paste the line of code into the URL or Location field. When you click the bookmarklet it executes the javascript and scrolls the current webpage to the top.

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