Is it possible to have my Firefox scroll bar always moved to the top when I am navigating to the next page?
Hello, I am using a cloud storage content manager called Box, and I always need to navigate from page to page within Box. Unfortunately, I am finding that the scroll bar is always ending up at the bottom when I click to move to the next page. The reason this is happening is that when I click to navigate to the next page from the previous page, I have to scroll all the way to the bottom in order to click to get to the Concur Expense Reporting page, so the scroll bar isn't smart enough to go all the way back up when it's on the Concur Expense Reporting page. Any way to fix this? Thanks in advance!
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Ordinarily, Firefox would jump back to the top of the page. However, the way that the website is designed prevents this.
Because everything on the page is loaded and changed without Firefox having to reload the page, it's not detected as a new page, so Firefox doesn't reset to the top.
Unfortunately, there isn't really a reliable way to detect when Firefox should jump back to the top in a case when the page isn't reloaded. Most website developers will manually force this using their own code, but obviously that's not something that this cloud provider has done.
I know this doesn't solve the problem, but can you at least use the Home key or Ctrl+Home to quickly get to the top of the page? (This doesn't work if the cursor is in a form field.)