What's the fastest way of checking whether an element has scroll bars?  One thing of course is checking whether element is larger than its viewport, which can easily be done by checking these two values:  el.scrollHeight > el.offsetHeight ||...
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 am wondering if its possible to get the size of the content ( not the div ) in javascript/jQuery. So if the box has a height of 200px but there is only one line of text, the content size would be around 12px.  Thanks for all your help...
With Twitter Bootstrap, the .carousel-inner style is preset as:  .carousel-inner {   position: relative;   width: 100%;   overflow: hidden; }   such that overflow: hidden; causes a dropup button to be cut-off on the right-side:  http://imageshack.us/...
I'm trying to get my divs to flow top-to-bottom, but upon reaching the bottom of the window, overflow new divs to the right.  See template layout: http://i.imgur.com/nknD0.png  I've tried css/javascript combinations of... white-space:nowrap,...
How to make an iframe, where I can set the source code, not just the src? Is it possible to create one without the src?...
Is there a way, CSS or JavaScript to allow overflow of one element in a DIV, even if its parents overflow is hidden.  I've written a jQuery slider that hides slides by using overflow: hidden.  <div class="container">    <img src=...
I am creating a full screen web app which will have some modules/widgets which make use of the new iOS 5 overflow:scroll features. What I want is to disable that 'bouncy' effect when scrolling the html/body (since it is full screen) but keep...
I have the following content DIV on my page, which displays dynamic text:  <div id="someContent"> </div>   It uses the following CSS to cut off additional text:  #someContent {     height: 200px;     width: 200px;     overflow: hi...
The following code   console.log(Math.pow(2, 53));  console.log(Math.pow(2, 53) + 1);   produces exactly same output for both calculations:  9007199254740992   Why?...

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