I'm using the scrollTo jQuery plugin and would like to know if it is somehow possible to temporarily disable scrolling on the window element through Javascript? The reason I'd like to disable scrolling is that when you scroll while scrollTo...
Ok with this..   $(window).scroll(function() {     $('.slides_layover').removeClass('showing_layover');     $('#slides_effect').show(); });   I can tell when someone is scrolling from what I understand. So with that I am try...
I would like to create a div, that is situated beneath a block of content but that once the page has been scrolled enough to contact its top boundary, becomes fixed in place and scrolls with the page....
I have an h1 that is far down a page..  <h1 id="scroll-to">TRIGGER EVENT WHEN SCROLLED TO.</h1>   and I want to trigger an alert when the user scrolls to the h1, or has it in it's browser's view.  $('#scroll-to')...
I'd like to do some fancy jQuery stuff when the user scrolls the page. But I have no idea how to tackle this problem, since there is only the scroll() method.  Any ideas?...
I have a modal box window (pop-up) that contains an iframe,  and inside that iframe there's a div that is scrollable.  When I scroll the iframe's inner DIV, and it has reached its top or bottom limit, the window of the browser itself starts...
I'm looking for a solution to the popular issue of stopping a fixed object at the footer of the page.  I basically have a fixed "share" box in the bottom left corner of the screen and I don't want it to scroll over the footer, so I...
UPDATE:  Here is a jsbin example demonstrating the problem.  UPDATE 2: And here is the fixed version thanks to fudgey.    Basically, I have the following javascript which scrolls the window to an anchor on the page:   // get anchors with href's...
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'm having trouble finding a solution to what I'm trying to accomplish.  I am trying to use JS (or additional libraries) to make it so that when the user scrolls down on the mousewheel the page scrolls the opposite way than it normally woul...

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