I am curious what the code is for using the back button. Specifically: to have it return you to the place you left off on the previous page. For instance: on this forum, I scroll down, I click on a link, I am sent to the intended page, I hit the back button, I am returned to the same spot I was in prior to hitting the link.
Groupon is the most frustrating one. When I hit one of their links, after perusing, I hit the back button, and am returned to the top of the page. I was viewing all deals looking for gifts, there is a button at the bottom that says "show 30 more", after hitting that button about five times, I decided to look at a deal, hit the back button, returned to top of page. Frustrating. Not just their site, but there are others, as well. Including Google, used to return you to the same spot on the page, but now it takes you to the top of the page, and I have to find out where I was by seeing which hyperlink has changed color.
I think it has something to do with a> but am not sure. I have looked at the source code for multiple sites, but am really good about copy and paste, but not sure what I am looking for.
Oh, if I learn how to anchor my location, I plan to communicate the info to Groupon.