I have a <div id='map'> map that slides as the user scrolls down. However, it seems to let the map scroll forever, never letting the user actually reach the bottom of the page (there is a footer).  What I am trying to do is get the &l...
I'm trying to use Magellan in a cli install of the Zurb fdn6 template. The page is running fine but Magellan just doesn't work for the sticky nav and throws the following console error: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'top' o...
It is possible to have 2 sticky elements on top of each other? Or use one of them as a background?  TLDR; I was able to make this work with a library (StickyKit) that does what I'm looking for, but performs badly with new async scrolling.  Exampl...
I want to divide my website into two parts: a header containing a large image, and a main part, containing other images, text, etc.  When I scroll the page, the large image on the header should scroll together with the main part. In a certain point,...
The Instagram app has a nice sticky header that pushes the current one up in place of the new one. I found a great tutorial on how to do this natively for Android, but I'm looking to do it with JavaScript and CSS.   I was able to get my header to...
I'm working on a (sticky) scrolling sidebar. The problem is that most sticky sidebars don't take into consideration that the sidebar can be taller then the viewport (e.g. if many items are added to the basket(sidebar)). Which is what I'm...
I have a specific problem on making a sticky header with jQuery. I tried the commonly used snippets around the web, but I perceived the same buggy thing everywhere.  At a specific document height (scrollable until a little more than calling of sticky...
There may be already a jQuery plugin which can achieve this, but I can't find one to do exactly what I'm after. If there is, just point me to the tutorial, thanks.  My problem I have is that I have very long page content, and my sidebar is no...
The application which I'm trying to compile is not compiling with the external jquery & its associated JS files. The moment I try to link those files to my HTML page in a ReactJS application, it throws me below errors.   Errors are :     '...
After playing with position: sticky for a while, I started implementing it for sticky navigation and ran into this interesting, but frustrating scroll bouncing issue.  This is a common type of navigation behaviour seen on many sites, where you would...

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