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Scroll to the top of the page using JavaScript/jQuery?

Posted by: admin November 2, 2017 Leave a comment

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I’ve a <button> on the page, when this button is pressed a hidden <div> is shown using jQuery.

How do I scroll to the top of the page using a JavaScript/jQuery command in that function? It is desirable even if the scroll bar instantly jumps to the top. I’m not looking for a smooth scrolling.

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If you don’t need the change to animate then you don’t need to use any special plugins – I’d just use the native JavaScript window.scrollTo method — passing in 0,0 will scroll the page to the top left instantly.

window.scrollTo(x-coord, y-coord);

Parameters

  • x-coord is the pixel along the horizontal axis.
  • y-coord is the pixel along the vertical axis.
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If you do want smooth scrolling, try something like this:

$("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
  $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "slow");
  return false;
});

That will take any <a> tag whose href="#top" and make it smooth scroll to the top.

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Try this to scroll on top

<script>
 $(document).ready(function(){
    $(window).scrollTop(0);
});
</script>

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You don’t need jQuery to do this. A standard HTML tag will suffice…

<div id="jump_to_me">
    blah blah blah
</div>

<a target="#jump_to_me">Click Here To Destroy The World!</a>

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All of these suggestions work great for various situations. For those who find this page through a search, one can also give this a try. JQuery, no plug-in, scroll to element.

$('html, body').animate({
    scrollTop: $("#elementID").offset().top
}, 2000);

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<script>

  $("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
     $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "slow");
     return false;
  });
</script>

in html

<a href="#top">go top</a>

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With window.scrollTo(0, 0); is very fast
so i tried the Mark Ursino example, but in Chrome nothing happens
and i found this

$('.showPeriodMsgPopup').click(function(){
    //window.scrollTo(0, 0);
    $('html').animate({scrollTop:0}, 'slow');//IE, FF
    $('body').animate({scrollTop:0}, 'slow');//chrome, don't know if Safari works
    $('.popupPeriod').fadeIn(1000, function(){
        setTimeout(function(){$('.popupPeriod').fadeOut(2000);}, 3000);
    });
});

tested all 3 browsers and it works
i’m using blueprint css
this is when a client clicks “Book now” button and doesn’t have the rental period selected, slowly moves to the top where the calendars are and opens a dialog div pointing to the 2 fields, after 3sec it fades

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A lot of users recommend selecting both the html and body tags for cross-browser compatibility, like so:

$('html, body').animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, callback);

This can trip you up though if you’re counting on your callback running only once. It will in fact run twice because you’ve selected two elements.

If that is a problem for you, you can do something like this:

function scrollToTop(callback) {
    if ($('html').scrollTop()) {
        $('html').animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, callback);
        return;
    }

    $('body').animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, callback);
}

The reason this works is in Chrome $('html').scrollTop() returns 0, but not in other browsers such as Firefox.

If you don’t want to wait for the animation to complete in the case that the scrollbar is already at the top, try this:

function scrollToTop(callback) {
    if ($('html').scrollTop()) {
        $('html').animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, callback);
        return;
    }

    if ($('body').scrollTop()) {
        $('body').animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, callback);
        return;
    }

    callback();
}

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smooth scroll, pure javascript:

(function smoothscroll(){
    var currentScroll = document.documentElement.scrollTop || document.body.scrollTop;
    if (currentScroll > 0) {
         window.requestAnimationFrame(smoothscroll);
         window.scrollTo (0,currentScroll - (currentScroll/5));
    }
})();

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The old #top can do the trick

document.location.href = "#top";

Works fine in FF, IE and Chrome

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Really strange: This question is active for five years now and there is still no vanilla JavaScript answer to animate the scrolling… So here you go:

var scrollToTop = window.setInterval(function() {
    var pos = window.pageYOffset;
    if ( pos > 0 ) {
        window.scrollTo( 0, pos - 20 ); // how far to scroll on each step
    } else {
        window.clearInterval( scrollToTop );
    }
}, 16); // how fast to scroll (this equals roughly 60 fps)

If you like, you can wrap this in a function and call that via the onclick attribute. Check this jsfiddle

Note: This is a very basic solution and maybe not the most performant one. A very elaborated example can be found here: https://github.com/cferdinandi/smooth-scroll

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<script>
$(function(){
   var scroll_pos=(0);          
   $('html, body').animate({scrollTop:(scroll_pos)}, '2000');
});
</script>

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$(document).scrollTop(0); also works.

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Try this

<script>
    $(window).scrollTop(100);
</script>

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Non-jQuery solution / pure JavaScript:

document.body.scrollTop = document.documentElement.scrollTop = 0;

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Why don’t you use JQuery inbuilt function scrollTop :

$('html, body').scrollTop(0);//For scrolling to top

$("body").scrollTop($("body")[0].scrollHeight);//For scrolling to bottom

Short and simple!

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You dont need JQuery. Simply you can call the script

window.location = '#'

on click of the “Go to top” button

Sample demo:

output.jsbin.com/fakumo#

PS: Don’t use this approach, when you are using modern libraries like angularjs. That might broke the URL hashbang.

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You can try using JS as in this Fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/5bNmH/1/

Add the “Go to top” button in your page footer:

<footer>
    <hr />
    <p>Just some basic footer text.</p>
    <!-- Go to top Button -->
    <a href="#" class="go-top">Go Top</a>
</footer>

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If you don’t want smooth scrolling, you can cheat and stop the smooth scrolling animation pretty much as soon as you start it… like so:

   $(document).ready(function() {
      $("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
          $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "1");              
          $('html, body').stop(true, true);

          //Anything else you want to do in the same action goes here

          return false;                              
      });
  });

I’ve no idea whether it’s recommended/allowed, but it works 🙂

When would you use this? I’m not sure, but perhaps when you want to use one click to animate one thing with Jquery, but do another without animation? ie open a slide-in admin login panel at the top of the page, and instantly jump to the top to see it.

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function scrolltop() {

    var offset = 220;
    var duration = 500;

    jQuery(window).scroll(function() {
        if (jQuery(this).scrollTop() > offset) {
            jQuery('#back-to-top').fadeIn(duration);
        } else {
            jQuery('#back-to-top').fadeOut(duration);
        }
    });

    jQuery('#back-to-top').click(function(event) {
        event.preventDefault();
        jQuery('html, body').animate({scrollTop: 0}, duration);
        return false;
    });
}

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Try this code:

$('html, body').animate({
    scrollTop: $("div").offset().top
}, time);

div => Dom Element where you want to move scroll.

time => milliseconds, define the speed of the scroll.

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You could simply use a target from your link, such as #someid, where #someid is the div’s id.

Or, you could use any number of scrolling plugins that make this more elegant.

http://plugins.jquery.com/project/ScrollTo is an example.

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Try this

<script>
  $(function(){
   $('a').click(function(){
    var href =$(this).attr("href");
   $('body, html').animate({
     scrollTop: $(href).offset().top
     }, 1000)
  });
 });
 </script>

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If you’d like to scroll to any element with an ID, try this:

$('a[href^="#"]').bind('click.smoothscroll',function (e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    var target = this.hash;
    $target = $(target);
    $('html, body').stop().animate({
        'scrollTop': $target.offset().top
    }, 700, 'swing', function () {
        window.location.hash = target;
    });
});``

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Active all Browser. Good luck

var process;
        var delay = 50; //milisecond scroll top
        var scrollPixel = 20; //pixel U want to change after milisecond
        //Fix Undefine pageofset when using IE 8 below;
        function getPapeYOfSet() {
            var yOfSet = (typeof (window.pageYOffset) === "number") ? window.pageYOffset : document.documentElement.scrollTop;
            return yOfSet;
        }



        function backToTop() {
            process = setInterval(function () {
                var yOfSet = getPapeYOfSet();
                if (yOfSet === 0) {
                    clearInterval(process);
                } else {
                    window.scrollBy(0, -scrollPixel);
                }
            }, delay);
        }

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If you want to do smooth scrolling, please try this:

$("a").click(function() {
     $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "slow");
     return false;
});

Another solution is JavaScript window.scrollTo method :

 window.scrollTo(x-value, y-value);

Parameters :

  • x-value is the pixel along the horizontal axis.
  • y-value is the pixel along the vertical axis.
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When top scroll is top less than limit bottom and bottom to top scroll Header is Sticky. Below See Fiddle Example.

var lastScroll = 0;

$(document).ready(function($) {

$(window).scroll(function(){

 setTimeout(function() { 
    var scroll = $(window).scrollTop();
    if (scroll > lastScroll) {

        $("header").removeClass("menu-sticky");

    } 
    if (scroll == 0) {
    $("header").removeClass("menu-sticky");

    }
    else if (scroll < lastScroll - 5) {


        $("header").addClass("menu-sticky");

    }
    lastScroll = scroll;
    },0);
    });
   });

https://jsfiddle.net/memdumusaib/d52xcLm3/

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Simply use this script for scroll to top direct.

<script>
$(document).ready(function(){
    $("button").click(function(){
        ($('body').scrollTop(0));
    });
});
</script>

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For scrolling to the element and element being at the top of the page

WebElement tempElement=driver.findElement(By.cssSelector("input[value='Excel']"));

            ((JavascriptExecutor) driver).executeScript("arguments[0].scrollIntoView(true);", tempElement);

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You don’t need to use any javascript to do this. Just use “#” as the link in a href html code.

<a href="#">Top</a>