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This system plugin operates on every HTML page to provide a fixed link to return users to the top of the page - hence the name. This plugin operates with either MooTools or jQuery as the administrator prefers.
At this point, the extension is installed but not enabled. You can find the plugin by going to the Extensions menu and selecting "Plugins". When in the plugin manager, search for "top of the page".
The plugin can be enabled without configuration, but will present a bright yellow button that may not look good with your color scheme.
The "Plugin" tab is the first configuration tab, and it contains only 2 settings, which are mostly self explanatory.
The "Button" tab presents options regarding the location and display of the button (but not the appearance).
The "Page" tab presents options for button behavior as it relates to the page scroll.
The "CSS" tab presents styling configuration options for the button.
The "Button Text" tab details, step-by-step, the actions required to change the button text. Using this method, the administrator of a multi-lingual site will be able to use the same language tools as any other language capable Joomla extension. Additionally, this method provides an upgrade-safe method to change the English button text.
The plugin creates and inserts the following HTML.
The starting style is different, depending on the button position settings, but the basic structure is this:
<span id="plg_system_topofthepage" href="#top" rel="noindex,nofollow">
<span class="icon-home"></span> Return to Top
Look at the style "Recipes" on RicheyWeb.
Did you turn on the automatic z-index, add a ridiculously high z-index value into CSS for #plg_system_topofthepage, set opacity to 0 or maybe your page is too short and you never reach the "Button Reveal Position". There are many reasons the button doesn't appear.