How to make a div remain fixed after you scroll to that div? I have a div that is later in a page and you need to scroll to get to that div.  If I use:  .divname {   position: fixed; }   The div will appear before it should appear normally. Maybe a...
I have actually two issues, but lets resolve the primary issue first as I believe the other is easier to address.  I have a fixed position div on the left side of the scroll for a menu. Right side is a standard div that scrolls properly. The issue is...
I'm getting absolutely positioned rotated elements position with jQuery .position() method, then setting position-related attributes (top, left) with jQuery .css(pos), where pos is the data returned by .position(). I think it'll leave the ele...
I'm looking for a way I can create a div which will be fixed on the page vertically, so if the user scrolls down, the div stays at the same place on the page. But have it positioned absolutely horizontally, so if the users screen is narrower than...
I have the following code which fixes the position of a menu at the point that it is going to scroll off the top of the page.  $(function () {     var msie6 = $.browser == 'msie' && $.browser.version < 7;     if (!msie6) {     var...
I have a fixed header that changes to a sticky header on scroll using JS.   The dropdown menu works when in mobile view showing on Google Dev Tools and Firefox Responsive Design Mode, however it doesnt work on actual mobile devices.   I've tried...
I've created a test case, please check it out as it illustrates my issue: http://jsfiddle.net/jAD2W/6/ (reduced example thanks to @patrick dw)  For completeness, this code has also been added to the bottom of this post.  Basically, whenever I get...
I'm looking to recreate the layout that's present at this site:  http://prettytasty.tumblr.com/archive/  The only way to accomplish this is using absolute positioning, however it appears that they're using javascript to dynamically positi...
I have a vertically oriented vertical navigation bar, that I would like to make stop at the end of #contact. It will need to resume scrolling again if the user scrolls back up.  What is the best way to achieve this?  javascript being used:  $(functio...
I can't explain this one.  I've got a div that's a button.  I use the :active psuedo class and position: relative; to move it slightly down and to the right when clicked, to give it an animation.  For some reason, there is a small dead sp...

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