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I've tried using page jumps as instructed by countless websites to "jump to the top of my page":

Source code followed by destination code:

<a href="top_page">LINK TEXT HERE</a> 
<a id="top_page"></a>  

However, this process only takes me to the top of the "body" portion of my page. Is there a way to jump to the very top of the whole page (i.e., above the title and banner picture)? In other words, I want to be able to jump so the scroll bar is up the whole way .


(Obviously I could just re-input the whole page's url, but that would essentially be a page reload, not simply moving to the top of the page. Is there no other way?).

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Just link to #. That will automatically take you to the top of the page.

You can test it on this page by clicking here.

I've tried using page jumps as instructed by countless websites to "jump to the top of my page":

Curious. Why are they instructing you to do this?

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