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 ||...
Find an example of how to fade out a div when the scroll bar reaches a certain position here. But it's not a smooth throttle-type fade. Here is the code from that jsfiddle:  var divs = $('.social, .title'); $(window).scroll(function(){...
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...
Given a <textarea> with a fixed width, I would like its "active width" to be constant (in px). By "active width" I mean the area where the text appears.   When the vertical scroll bar doesn't appear, the "active width...
how do you add a scroll bar to the html select box? is there any javascript library that emulate this behavior?  or is there anyway to redesign, the interface I have 2 select box, items can be shifted to the right select box via >> & <&l...
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....
Is there a simple and reliable solution for detecting window vertical scrollbar appears/disappears?  window.onresize isn't triggered when after JavaScript DOM manipulation page becomes high enough for appearing scrollbar.  In this very similar po...
Okay I'm using jQuery and currently getting max value of scrollbar doing this:  var $body = $('body'); $body.scrollLeft(99999); // will give me the max value since I've overshot var max_value = $body.scrollLeft(); // returns 300 $(...
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...

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