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Old 01-19-2020, 09:04 PM   #6
KevinH
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An internal href to # should always work to navigate to the top of that page from that page. Which e-readers have trouble with that basic approach?

This specific style of internal linking is part of the html5 spec:

Note: You can use href="#top" or the empty fragment (href="#") to link to the top of the current page, as defined in the HTML specification.

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