Scroll into view element hides behind header

I am making a react application where on click over an item below select box the respective item in next section gets scrolled. Working Example for above said scenario:…

How to block the page scrolling without affecting the style?

I’d like to block the page scrolling but without change my page style (e.g. using overflow: hidden;). I tried to use this: $(‘body’).on(‘scroll mousewheel touchmove’, function(e) { e….

Remove hover effects when scrolling

I have been working on an application. There are multiple components on the page. The content inside them is scrollable. The expected functionality is when I scroll inside the component the hover …

Sidebar links not changing when the chapter titles are reaching the top on scroll, they change earlier

I have a sidebar with anchor links that point to a specific content part when I click on them. The problem appears when I’m scrolling the content, the link in the sidebar gets highlighted when the …

Hiding div when the user scrolls the div not working in JavaScript

I have a section in my website which is built using HTML and CSS, the section is contains a scrollbar with it for users to scroll down, the complete code is below: var prevScrollpos = window….

How to detect when the scroll starts using Javascript/Jquery?

I want to make a one pager website, without using any third party libraries, like FullPage.js. when scroll starts –> instead of waiting for the end of the natural scrolling, I want it to take no effect (so no visible scroll caused by the mouse) and to run my code instead. (so it could always go to next section, or previous one, without relying on the amount of the users scroll) Do you have any idea how could I achieve this? My code snippet waits for the end of scroll, and then jumps to where it should, so it’s not

ScrollTo function in AngularJS

I’m trying to get a quick nav to work correctly. It’s floating on the side. When they click on a link, it takes them to that ID on the page. I’m following this guide from Treehouse. This is what I …

How to check if element is visible after scrolling?

I’m loading elements via AJAX. Some of them are only visible if you scroll down the page. Is there any way I can know if an element is now in the visible part of the page?