Scroll to top JQuery

Scrolling to the top of a webpage using jQuery is a common task. You can achieve this by animating the `scrollTop` property of the `html` and `body` elements. Here's how you can do it:

1. Include jQuery: Make sure you have included the jQuery library in your HTML file before using jQuery functions.

<script src=""></script>

2. Create an HTML element that triggers the scroll when clicked. For example, you can use a button:

<button id="scrollToTopBtn">Scroll to Top</button>

3. Add JavaScript code to handle the scroll behavior:


$(document).ready(function() {

    // When the "Scroll to Top" button is clicked

    $("#scrollToTopBtn").click(function() {

        // Animate the scrolling to the top of the page

        $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "slow");




In this example, when the "Scroll to Top" button is clicked, the `animate` function is used to smoothly scroll the `html` and `body` elements to the top of the page over a specific duration (`"slow"` in this case). The `scrollTop` property is set to `0` to indicate the top of the page.

Feel free to adjust the animation speed by using different string values like `"fast"`, `"slow"`, or a numeric value (e.g., `1000` for 1 second).

Remember to place the `<button>` element and the JavaScript code within your HTML page, and ensure that the jQuery library is included. This way, when the button is clicked, the page will smoothly scroll to the top.