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  1. Hi im trying to make my site scroll and I cant seem to figure out why, all web pages appear with no scroll bar, and im wondering if its due to the template or the styles sheet. Findus.html
  2. Hi The guide on making a scrolling header is great, but it relies on javascript running every time you scroll. That is really expensive (resource-wise) and contributes to a laggy an unresponsive website. I think the guide should be updated to use sticky css-elements instead of js. This method does not have the same performance issues, and I'd argue it's an easier and more elegant solution. The new guide is pretty much already written here. The support for sticky elements is not perfect, so there is a discussion to be had about whether to prioritize browser support or performance, b
  3. I followed the following tutorial and I was finally able to add a slide in menu on my WordPress site. However, I noticed that the body scrolls when moving up and down on my mobile phone. Can someone explain to me how I can disable body scroll when the menu is opened? Many thanks in advance! Tutorial: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_js_sidenav.asp <script> function openNav() { document.getElementById("mySidenav").style.width = "100%"; } function closeNav() { document.getElementById("mySidenav").style.width = "0"; } </script>
  4. I have many lines of text. <div style="max-height:400px; overflow:scroll;"> many lines of text </div> How do I get my css to display a div at the bottom instead of the top of a scrollable div?
  5. REQUEST: Please compare the results in the middle panel of the following two actions: ACTION ONE: Click on the phrase Weekly Podcasts under the heading Products in the navigation bar of the Grammar Captive mainpage. Scroll to the bottom of the page and view how the middle panel exceeds the height of the navigation bar and side panel. ACTION TWO: While on the same page with the same panel open click on the phrase Click and Listen. This will bring you to a different document in the same window. Notice that the middle panel does not exceed the height of the na
  6. WONDERMENT: In anticipation of my next question while I continue my struggle with the implementation of optional key and button functionality on my own website, I thought that it might be helpful to bring the following to your attention. https://www.w3schools.com/CSSref/playit.asp?filename=playcss_overflow-y&preval=scroll QUESTION: Is there a good reason why the scroll bar does not appear when the [scroll] option has been selected? Roddy 🙃
  7. imraan

    w3-sidebar

    Noob questions here, why does the w3-sidebar scroll as the page scrolls, I know the css itself has a "fixed" position but when I alter this I lose the 100% on the height and the rest of the content displays below the level of the sidebar. Is there anyway I can cause the sidebar to remain staticly positioned I don't want it scrolling with the page. Or do I have to resort to changing the css myself to make this work?
  8. Hello everyone. I am new to this forum. I have build my first parallax website based on Petr Tichy's very good tutorial. I recommend it (https://ihatetomatoes.net). Here is my new site. The idea was to get an attractive intro for this new project using altered-perspective images in full width. http://www.ticket2utopia.com/Alpha/zHome.php I struggle a bit especially that I want to control the ratio of the images in a certain way. They must always be full page but depending on the width of the browser window, I apply a certain correction to the height. As the whole project is about
  9. Having a CSS issue I can't seem to figure out with a client website built on the Squarespace.com platform. I can't get the page to scroll down to view entire cart item image and description. Also, in certain resolutions the "add to cart" button is hidden. Here is link to page: http://www.shopalexandrino.com/shop/abstract-n-1 Please help! I'm on a paid deadline and I'm stuck! And here is the CSS code for the page: <style> select { background: none repeat scroll 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0) !important; padding: 20px 0 0; position: absolute; width: 151px; z-index:
  10. This would be quite a simple issue for someone more experienced: (I have just begun with Jquery and Javascript)I have coded a really simple HTML, CSS, Jquery animation.. The ball <div> moves from side to side (Pretty Damn COOL!) BUT... I need to try and trigger the animation with scrolling, basically creating a 'Pong' game. From one side of the scren to the other. HOW do I do this? I have been trying to find a sollution online and can't. Please help, or I will find you and kill you. <!DOCTYPE html><html> <head> <title> Pong </title> <st
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