Some hubs are long and, as result, takes a long time to scroll the page back up to the top. I would like to suggest adding a back to the top link to each page so that you just click on the link and it takes you back up to the top of the page without having to waste so much time manually scolling the page. I can provide an example of what I am talking about along with some sample code or my website as an example.
A hub on making a table of contents:
Using the same methods, you can do what you're asking about yourself.
We have no immediate plans to implement this feature, but I saw a Hub that mentions a tool that will add this functionality to most Hubs via a browser extension.
Here is they Hub.
http://terrancehenry.hubpages.com/hub/I … ack-on-Top
Actually, I was referring to all of http://www.hubpages.com. Not just for each individual hubpage.
Yeah, a small arrow (image) on the bottom right of the page as a person scrolls down would be really nice.
That's a great idea. I noticed that Pinterest has this, and use it frequently. When I first saw it there, I remembered that when I was taking HTML programming classes many years ago, they recommended this feature as a good benefit for the readers.
This sounds like a nice feature to have. I even have one added to my poetry blog.
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by Eugene Brennan 5 years ago
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