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returning to the top of the window in XHTML

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I asked this question a few days ago but despite much head-scratching I haven't been able to resolve it yet. I hope it is OK to ask it again.

I want to make links back to the top of the browser window from various points on the page, but I've been unable to do this because unless I put the anchor tag right inside <body> clicking on the link won't take me right back to the top of the page in Safari, although it will in the other browsers I've tested it in (Firefox Mac/Win, Opera Mac/Win, IE 5.2 Mac/6 Win).

If I leave it right inside the body tag it won't validate as XHTML strict I am prompted to put it inside <p></p> or another container pair, but if I do this it creates a gap in my layout.

Can anyone please suggest how I might get around this problem? Maybe there is something wrong in my code.

Here is the link.

Thank you.
Jan 31 '07 #1
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