I have a div set to the css class float with float being:  .float { display:block;  position:fixed;  top: 20px; left: 0px; z-index: 1999999999; } * html .float {position:absolute;}   This class causes the element to stay in a fixed position on the pa...
Is there a way to measure the offset of the window in jQuery, in order than I might compare the positions of a 'fixed' element and a relatively positioned one?  I need to be able to tell how far the window is scrolled so I can use the figure...
I just stumbled upon a bug in my software that happened only on Firefox. The reason was that the event didn't have offsetX and offsetY defined.  I managed to fix it thanks to this.  Anyways, my question is not a programming help request. I'm...
$(function(){      var $animatedEls = $(".marked");      $(window).scroll(function(e) {              var offset = 0;              $.each($animatedEls, function(i, item) {                  offset = $(item).offset().top;                  cons...
I am looking looking to calculate the distance between an element and the top of the document window.  On scroll I am able to get the initial value but it does not change. How can I find this value and what the number has changed to on scroll?  JS:...
I want to get the percentage of an element (div) when its in viewport.   when the element enter the viewport I want the value of 0. when the element and element's height leave the viewport I want the value of 100.   Here are 5 viewports of what I...
I am currently learning and working in JavaScript and SVG and I am new to it. Here is my scenario  I have a div which has an SVG inside it.  <div id "O_div">   <svg>      <line x1= "0" x2 = "0" y1 ="0" y...
i would like to retrieve the element offset starting from his own x center coordinates.  how can i do it?  Actually i can find the window offset of an element but it retrieves the coordinates from the border of the element like this:  var _position =...
How to detect first top element (who is visible on window view) when scrolling ?  Like this...    I begin with..  $(window).scroll($.debounce(250,function(){     $('.box').removeClass('current').each(function() {        //if(statement...
Normally when getting the offset using jQuery I do offset().left. My understanding is that offsetLeft is pure javascript, so why not use this over the jQuery offset().left? Does it really help anything cross-browser? or?   And when using offset().lef...

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