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1/23/18
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PhilsImaging

Code to go TOP of page?

I would like to place an icon or text in my site wide footer that will take the user to the top of that webpage, without reloading it.

Any ideas how to do that?  I found code but can't figure out how to do it.  Anybody successful in doing this?

I could create a separate text box for each page to select that page and refresh it, but we can not select the page where you are entering link.

Thanks
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Steegle
1/25/18
Steegle
The new version of Google Sites does not offer page anchors. Google does not monitor these forums so please make sure you send feedback to Google to make your feature requests and bug reports.

We have made a full comparison chart with the features in Classic Google Sites - see Google Sites Classic Comparison. We offer a group you can join so you get email notifications when new features are released. Please let us know what you think and if you feel there's anything missing let us know.

The most used features from classic Sites will be incorporated gradually, while not ALL the features will be re-introduced Google is constantly monitoring the feedback and prioritizing heavily used and top requested features. 
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