I'm programming a quick live help app and am trying to get the message container div, which scrolls vertically to always scroll to the bottom. Currently i am using:
That is run every time there is a new message appended to the container. however, while it works in all browsers i've tested it in, it seems to be completely ignored in AOL Explorer. why it is not working in that browser? Any alternative methods i could try?
I try to auto scroll to bottom of a div when the page is loaded. It works on firefox but it is not working on IE. How to scroll to bottom on a div when page is loaded on IE? You can test it by copy paste my codes into two html files.
All expanding textarea plugins I've seen always insert an additional line at the very end. This signals the user that more text can be typed since there is more space (such as [URL]). But can anyone direct me to an expanding textarea plugin which doesn't add an extra space at the bottom? I want it to grow only to the exact number of lines which have been typed.
I'm trying to scroll my page to the bottom after the search results populate on the bottom. Unfortunately, it looks like my scrollTo(0, document.body.scrollHeight) is getting executed before the search results populate or finish populating. I even tried to use deferreds to implement this but it still doesn't seem to be working. Here's the code I tried:
I am trying to build on my weather website. On the page I am working on I have many images. These images are best viewed at large sizes, but if all of them were large, the page would look terrible, so I have them set to take the large image, shrink on load, enlarge on mouseover, then shrink on mouseout.. the problem is, if users do not scroll down my page, and try to look at the second row of images.. Then the bottom half of the image is cut off.. So what I need to do is Figure Out how to get my images to either appear and center of page on enlarge, or to have the page scroll down on enlarge..
I thought this would be easy but I'm stuck and I can't describe what's really simple so I've drawn a diagram. [URL]. I have a div containing an image like 1 in the diagram. I only want to show the top of the image like 2 in the diagram. When I hover over the div I want the image to scroll up to show the bottom of the image like 3 in the diagram. [URL].
Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "[URL]"> <html xmlns="[URL]" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/>
My Page allows the following functionality...(ASP.NET)
1.When a userscrolls the gridview downwards fresh data is retrieved from a web service and appended to the grid.
2.Clicking the checkbox of a row selects the current row and creates a clone rowand appends it toa bottom grid.
The problem is that clicking the selected checkbox does not append it to the grid at the bottom. Now the funny part is that the data which is displayed in the initial load is appended to the bottom grid when checked but the fresh Data which is loaded is not appended to the bottom grid when checked.
The link is here [URL] Click on description. Move the scroll bar on the right to the bottom and then click on description again. Instead of the thumbnails scrolling up to hide the description, the main image and header move down. Any tips on addressing this. My brains are a bit frazzled at the moment. Do I need to fix the vertical scroll position somehow. What properties do I need to be looking at? (Note : I'm currently animating the height property of the description box.) Second question. I did have auto margins in the wrapper centering the page. When you click on description it causes the scrollbar on the right to appear, which shifts the page over to the left. I've since fixed the margin, but again is there a way around this so that I can center the page again?
I am trying to include Dock MAC style Menu in my page which is floating.Here I am facing a problem is, when we hover on menu icon, without scrolling page at bottom, the menu iconsare not getting bigger in size, as it should be.And when you reached at bottom, moving scrollbar down, those icon gets bigger when we hoverI have placed the script just before the end of body tag. I also tried placing the code in starting of body tag, then the reverse thing happen. The icon gets bigger without moving scrollbar down and when we move to bottom, or scroll, the effects lost.
I'm trying to recreate a behaviour which enables a disabled checkbox after the user has completely scrolled down to the bottom of a textarea ("agree to license terms"). My current state can be found at http:[url]....The checkbox is not being enabled with my approach. I can enable the checkbox if I explicitly set scrollTop to a value, but then I'm not able to scroll anymore at all. So I am guessing it probably has to do with the scroll check not working properly.
When I use mouse wheel in Firefox to scroll contents of the DIV, memory usage in Firefox goes through the roof. Code above is a fully working page, if anyone would like to see what's up, just load it up, and start moving your mouse wheel in the area with text. You don't actually have to scroll the text, just moving the wheel back and forth in that DIV will do. Memory usage will start going up quite fast, and after you stop moving the wheel, it will finally come down a bit after a short while. I've highlighted in red the line where mousewheel event is registered for Firefox. I'm not sure if it's really a problem, but since Opera and IE don't have any strange memory usage, and Firefox does, maybe I did something wrong. In everyday use it shouldn't matter [don't expect to have kilometers of content to scroll], but anyway, it is a bit unsettling.
I'am trying to create a text, which moves from the top to the bottom and the text which disappears at the bottom, comes in at the top. <div id="myFloatingText"> | V Here is my text which should be moved down and the line which disappear at the bottom should appear at the top. | V </div>