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Back to Top – A handy page navigation tool

Firefox is my favorite browser. With its numerous extensions and ad-ons, it becomes an indispensable companion in my internet career. Here is a very handy tool for web surfers. Back to Top which is an extension to Firefox that helps you navigate long web pages. By simply clicking ‘top’ or ‘bottom’ button, you can back to top of a web page or go to bottom of the page quite easily – handy tool if it is a long page.
Back to Top extension adds two buttons on the status bar or toolbar like "Back" and "Forward" buttons.
You can also accomplish this by using keyboard short cuts (Home / End keys), but here it makes mouse accessible just with a single click. (Supports Firefox 2 to 3)


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