A simple plugin for WordPress that adds an unobtrusive “back to top” link to your site or blog. The link uses WordPress’ included jQuery to provide a slick UX, with the link subtly appearing after the page has been scrolled, and disappearing once the user returns to the top of the page. When clicked the page scrolls smoothly back to the top of the page.
You can easily customize the link’s position, style and/or text. Additionally, you can either use the included images or define your own custom image to use.
Demo: Check out the plugin’s page for a demo.
- Where can I get support or news about updates?
- Where can I see a demo of this in action?
- I’ve enabled the plugin, why isn’t it displaying?
It could be that your theme doesn’t call wp_footer() (as it should). This is a pretty essential part of a WordPress theme, so we recommend you contact the theme’s designer and ask them to add it. Optionally, if you’re comfortable editing your theme file, you can add it yourself.
- What is the plugin license?
This plugin is released under a GPL license.
Fixed issue with missing svg images.
Minor maintenance release
Small maintenance release.
Added new option to customize scroll to top speed.
1.5 & 1.5.1
Fixed “Invalid argument supplied for foreach()” error.
Added a scroll offset to allow defining when the ToTop link appears.
A quick update to fix a bug with getimagesize. Also took the opportunity to clean up the settings page.
Added ability to fully-customize the position of the ToTop link, as well as add custom images for the link.
A quick update to fix a couple bugs and add a few extra positions. Thanks to those who commented.
This is the first version. The biggest change is that before this, the plugin was nothing.