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By Sam Deering

jQuery Scroll to Top of Element

By Sam Deering
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It’s easy to scroll to the top of any element using jQuery in just 2 quick steps!

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1. Include this plugin code:

/**
 * jQuery.ScrollTo - Easy element scrolling using jQuery.
 * Copyright (c) 2007-2009 Ariel Flesler - aflesler(at)gmail(dot)com | http://flesler.blogspot.com
 * Dual licensed under MIT and GPL.
 * Date: 5/25/2009
 * @author Ariel Flesler
 * @version 1.4.2
 *
 * http://flesler.blogspot.com/2007/10/jqueryscrollto.html
 */
;(function(d){var k=d.scrollTo=function(a,i,e){d(window).scrollTo(a,i,e)};k.defaults={axis:'xy',duration:parseFloat(d.fn.jquery)>=1.3?0:1};k.window=function(a){return d(window)._scrollable()};d.fn._scrollable=function(){return this.map(function(){var a=this,i=!a.nodeName||d.inArray(a.nodeName.toLowerCase(),['iframe','#document','html','body'])!=-1;if(!i)return a;var e=(a.contentWindow||a).document||a.ownerDocument||a;return d.browser.safari||e.compatMode=='BackCompat'?e.body:e.documentElement})};d.fn.scrollTo=function(n,j,b){if(typeof j=='object'){b=j;j=0}if(typeof b=='function')b={onAfter:b};if(n=='max')n=9e9;b=d.extend({},k.defaults,b);j=j||b.speed||b.duration;b.queue=b.queue&&b.axis.length>1;if(b.queue)j/=2;b.offset=p(b.offset);b.over=p(b.over);return this._scrollable().each(function(){var q=this,r=d(q),f=n,s,g={},u=r.is('html,body');switch(typeof f){case'number':case'string':if(/^([+-]=)?d+(.d+)?(px|%)?$/.test(f)){f=p(f);break}f=d(f,this);case'object':if(f.is||f.style)s=(f=d(f)).offset()}d.each(b.axis.split(''),function(a,i){var e=i=='x'?'Left':'Top',h=e.toLowerCase(),c='scroll'+e,l=q[c],m=k.max(q,i);if(s){g[c]=s[h]+(u?0:l-r.offset()[h]);if(b.margin){g[c]-=parseInt(f.css('margin'+e))||0;g[c]-=parseInt(f.css('border'+e+'Width'))||0}g[c]+=b.offset[h]||0;if(b.over[h])g[c]+=f[i=='x'?'width':'height']()*b.over[h]}else{var o=f[h];g[c]=o.slice&&o.slice(-1)=='%'?parseFloat(o)/100*m:o}if(/^d+$/.test(g[c]))g[c]=g[c]jQuery.ScrollTo Plugin

2. Use this code on any element

[js] $('#id of element to scroll').scrollTo(0); //scroll to top

There are other (more advanced) options for this excellent jQuery scroll plugin visit the plugin site for more options.

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