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Nick Lim

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Hmmm... I am no osc expert, but...


Place the following code in footer.php:


<a href="#top">Back to Top</a>


My browser automatically sets "top", so I usually don't define it, but that doesn't mean all browsers will do it that way. Bad habit not to define it, I guess. So, you would probably add the following code to header.php:


<a name="top"></a>


I think that would do it... ?



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Thanks Michael.

I already tried that but it does not work.

However, I managed to get it to work by carrying out the following;


I added the statement <?php echo $breadcrumb->lbctop(' » '); ?>

to footer.php.


Then I amended the catalog/include/classes/breadcrumb.php file to include the following which is modified from the function trail($separator = ' - ').


//Amended by lbc - link to go to top of page

function lbctop($separator = ' - ') {

$trail_string = '';



for ($i=$p, $n=sizeof($this->_trail); $i<$n; $i++) {

if (isset($this->_trail[$i]['link']) && tep_not_null($this->_trail[$i]['link'])) {

$trail_string .= '<a href="' . $this->_trail[$i]['link'] . '" class="headerNavigation2">' . tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'buttontop.gif', LINK_PROFILE) . '</a>';

} else {

$trail_string .= $this->_trail[$i]['title'];



if (($i+1) < $n) $trail_string .= $separator;



return $trail_string;



You will need an image button called 'buttontop.gif' if you are using the above code.


I am wondering if there is any other easier and more effective method to implement this!

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I was going to suggest the a href link too. Can't see why it wouldn't work



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