There are many wonderfully written hubs here with hundreds of comments made by visitors. When i myself want to comment on the hub i have to scroll past all these comments to get to the bottom and type my comment and then scroll an entire page up to exit the hub. Scrolling down is fine as we get to read some interesting comments but would it be better if there is a back to the top button displayed at the foot of the page to save us the hassle of scrolling an entire page up again? Plenty of sites have them and i dont think it will cause alot of problems installing the button there.. right???
to show an example try going all the way down and then up in this hub
You can still use Ctrl+Home keys combination to jump to the page top without scrolling
Anyway, your suggestion seems good
by Anti-Valentine5 years ago
There are two issues that have led me to make this suggestion. One is that I recently received an email from a person who claimed he couldn't find the comment box on one of my hubs. The other issue is that some claim...
by Phyllis Doyle Burns2 years ago
We could really use a "Back to top" button. On some hubs it takes forever to scroll back up to the top to get to the black bar where we can change screens. Having a "Back to top" button, or keeping...
by lindagoffigan8 years ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen14 months ago
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by HubPages5 years ago
Earlier this week we announced that it would soon be possible to leave comments on Answers. Great news- the feature is now live!We hope you like it
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
I just had a comment in one of my hubs with a self-promotional link, which is against HubPages' terms of service. Of course I denied the comment. But then I went to that Hubber's profile and checked his activity. He had...
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