I have been getting used to hitting the status bar on my iPhone to jump back to top... but I have moments of disappointment when I go looking for one in my browser. Question: Could it be in the default browser UI? Or should it be up to the website being viewed to design their own back-to-top button? Maybe something in between?
My idea is that these buttons (two versions shown) could slide down above the up-arrow in the browser UI when a scroll point has been reached. Thoughts and/or rebounds?
11 months ago
stumbled across this,
this is a pretty good idea, havnt seen anyhting like this, but i hope i do, seems like a smart idea with all these endeless scrolling websites :D
6 months ago
@Jason Teunissen I have since gotten used to hitting Command+Up, but also, now with the more subtle scrollbars on Macs that only appear when scrolling, this isn't as relevant. Thanks for taking a look!
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