2. jQuery topLink Plugin by David Walsh Blog
Last week I released a snippet of code for MooTools that allowed you to fade in and out a “to the top” link on any page. Here’s how to implement that functionality using jQuery.
Seen in many forms, such as “Back to top,” “Top of page,” or “Scroll to top,” these links provide a way for users to jump to the top of the page, back to navigation and other handy stuff.
If your pages are long winded, it’s a good idea to provide viewers with an easy way to quickly/ automatically scroll back to the top of the page. That’s where this script comes in. It displays a stationary control at the lower right corner of the window that when clicked on gently scrolls the page back up to the top. And instead of always being visible on the user’s screen, the script lets you specify how far down the page the user is at (in pixels) before revealing the control. Nifty!
6. Scroll To Top Plugin [WP Plugin]
Scroll to top is a button that hovers in the bottom right corner of your screen that allow users to smoothly scroll right to the top of page, making a website more user friendly.