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...
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 ||...
How can I detect a Scrollbar presence ( using Javascript ) in HTML iFrame ?  I have already tried :          var vHeight = 0;         if (document.all) {           if (document.documentElement) {             vHeight = document.documentElement.clientH...
I was wondering if anybody knows how I would go about detecting when the scrollbar appears inside a textarea.  I am currently using mootools for my JavaScript and I am having issues getting it to detect a scrollbar....
Since I'm pretty sure there is no native html or CSS way of doing this, I'm open to doing this with JavaScript. Obviously, I can get a scrollbar at the bottom of my div using overflow: auto in CSS. Is there some JavaScript that could "clo...
I'm currently styling the scrollbar using Webkit's ::-webkit-scrollbar CSS properties and would like to change these properties on a mousemove event. The problem is that I can't seem to find a way to get to the scrollbar's CSS dynamic...
I'm looking for a custom scrollbar that works without jquery. I can't use jquery because the other stuff is also jqueryless and it's optimized for fast loading.   Would be grateful for any ideas shared with me.  NONNNNN...
I'm trying to fade the top part of my content as it reaches a fixed nav bar with a translucent background. I've got it somewhat working, but you'll see 2 problems:   All the content fades out, not just what's approaching the fixed nav...
I want to change the horizontal scrollbar styles of a div.  I successfully changed the x-axis (vertical) scrollbar style but when I added y-axis scroll, it is taking same styles as I added for the y-axis.   I want to style both scrollbars differently...
Anyone have any idea how to detect a mouseup event on a scrollbar?  It works in FF, but not in Chrome or IE9.  I set up a quick demo: http://jsfiddle.net/2EE3P/  The overall idea is that I want to detect a scrollEnd event.  There is obviously no such...

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