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Adding "fixed position" to my sidebar is positioning elements incorrectly, how can this be fixed?
It's the inline-block style on your "Subscribe" section. Changing that to display: block fixes the problem for me. See: http://codepen.io/paulroub/pen/cjLim

Categories : CSS

CSS 2 Position:Fixed Elements weird behaviour
You could set different top positions for logged-in and non-logged-in users. Like, give your header bar a default top position of 0, when the user is logged in and an admin, give it an additional "with-admin-bar" class which will set the top position to 28px or so. EDIT: Actually, this here is the more correct and clean solution: CSS: .bar-wrapper { position: fixed; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100% } .admin-bar { height: 50px; background: red; } .other-bar { height: 50px; background: blue; } HTML: <div class="bar-wrapper"> <div class="admin-bar"></div> <div class="other-bar"></div> </div> See it live: http://jsfiddle.net/CVeXA

Categories : HTML

How to align two divs side by side using the float, clear, and overflow elements with a fixed position div/
Try this: <div id="wrapper"> <div class="float left">left</div> <div class="float right">right</div> </div> #wrapper {width:500px; height:300px; position:relative;} .float {background-color:black; height:300px; margin:0; padding:0; color:white;} .left {background-color:blue; position:fixed; width:400px;} .right {float:right; width:100px;} jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/khA4m

Categories : CSS

Chrome: Having an HTML5 video position: fixed or absolute causes all background-attachment: fixed to break
I too have encountered this problem. The thing is that background-position will make content fixed at that position based on the browser window. For parallax effect, try with some plugins

Categories : CSS

Fixed Position content loads on left then jumps to correct position on right
This may not help many as it seems very specific. Basicaly, the inline style "right:0;" was being added to my html via a script. The content loaded by default on the left then, when the script ran, the inline style was added and the content jumped to the right. To fix this, I simply added the CSS to my stylesheet. Now, it loads initially on the right as well.

Categories : CSS

how to prevent jquery animation horizontal position jump when animating a fixed position centered div in firefox
You might want to modify the HTML as I've updated the tinker at http://tinker.io/e8bb6/9 <div id="holder"> <div id="bar"> <div id="header"></div> </div> </div>

Categories : Jquery

Fixed position takes up more space than relative position with Susy?
Relative widths are calculated in relation to their positioning contexts. Static and relative positioned elements are always within the context of their parent element. In contrast, absolute widths are calculated relative to the next non-static ancestor, and fixed widths are relative to the browser window (or "viewport"). Susy works by calculating widths relative to a container, and that does't work for fixed elements that have been removed from their expected flow. There is a clever workaround, if you can handle the extra markup. What you need to do is create a fixed context, then a container for Susy, and then perform your span-columns inside that fixed container: // fixed context .fixed-context { position: fixed; left: 0; right: 0; // container .container { @include con

Categories : CSS

CSS Fixed Position Div Scrolls with Page on iOS then returns to the correct position
Try adding -webkit-transform: translate(0, 0); to .toolbar-wrapper. I was having a similar issue where the a fixed position element was getting "stuck" in the middle of the page when scrolling back up. I believe that adding transform forces ios safari to use hardware acceleration - I could be wrong about that however. Hope that helps!

Categories : IOS

position:fixed floating menu confined to scroll position
I think it will not work without java script (or maybe very tricky css trick?), but if you have the option to use JQuery, the solution is quite simple, just do: $(document).on('scroll', function () { if ($(document).scrollTop() > ($("#container")[0].offsetTop + $("#container").height())) { $("#menu").css({ display: "none", }); } else { $("#menu").css({ display: "block", }); } }); In the condition, it checks if the actual scrolling position is under the beginning of the container. If yes, the css of the #menu is changed to display: none; otherwise to display: block; See Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Fg2MA/3/

Categories : Javascript

Change css position to fixed without resetting scroll position
If the scroll is reset automatically, you could reset it after click event. Get the actual position of the scroll -> change position to fixed and reset scroll with the previous position. Use .scrollTop() method to achieve it --- jquery

Categories : Jquery

Having a html element stay in the same position without using position: fixed
position: fixed; positions the element based on viewable screen coordinates, so when you scroll, the position will update to reflect the 'new' top/left boundaries. position: absolute; is more like what you are describing, it will keep the element in the same place, regardless of the content around it, or the browser's scroll position. However, this will take the element out of the 'flow' of the page, and other elements will act like it is not there (and might overlap it). In which case, you will likely have more luck just floating your header left: float: left;. If you do this, you will probably need to clear the floats in your main div by adding the css style: clear: both;. This will push the main div below any floated content above.

Categories : Javascript

Using new position when switching to fixed position
You need to set the top position of your sticky element at the point you switch it to position: fixed. I've created a quick example to show you what I mean: http://jsfiddle.net/BSpyM/ var $sticky = $('.sticky'); var $win = $(window); var originalStickyPosition = $sticky.offset().top; // Change this if you want it to switch at some point other // than the top of the window var switchPoint = 0; $win.on('scroll', function (event) { var scrollTop = $win.scrollTop(); if ((originalStickyPosition - scrollTop) <= switchPoint) { if (!$sticky.hasClass('stuck')) { $sticky.css('top', switchPoint); $sticky.css('left', $sticky.offset().left); $sticky.addClass('stuck'); } } else { if ($sticky.hasClass('stuck')) {

Categories : Jquery

Do elements with "position: absolute;" behave as block-level elements?
A <div> element is not inline while a <span> element is. Here's the definition of absolute from position: absolute - The element is positioned relative to its first positioned (not static) ancestor element. So the answer to your questions is yes: span elements with display: block display as somewhat block-level elements. Let me know if you still need clarification.

Categories : CSS

Make a fixed position element appear behind a static position element
You can use negative z-index on the fixed element. <div id="fixed">This is fixed</div> <div id="static">This is static</div> #fixed { position:fixed; z-index:-1; } Demonstration: http://jsfiddle.net/AbdiasSoftware/5gqAV/

Categories : CSS

Position Fixed how to fix
It is not a trick. It is the solution. Or maybe all good solutions are a little tricky. But that is probably the correct one, based on what little you've shown. That is to say, margin-top of the second div should equal the height of the first.

Categories : HTML

Div Position Fixed
I simplified your example: http://jsfiddle.net/uVjft/ So actually you have on position: fixed block inside another. And the scrollbar corresponds to BG2 block NOT the window scrollbar which actually cannot be overlapped. To fix this try to remove position: fixedfrom BG2 div: http://jsfiddle.net/Z6Pwg/1/

Categories : CSS

CSS Before Position Fixed
You cannot do this, at least not with cross-browser code. Pseudo-elements as :before and :after are on another stack started from the parent element. This is stated in the CSS specification files: The :before and :after pseudo-elements elements interact with other boxes, such as run-in boxes, as if they were real elements inserted just inside their associated element http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/generate.html#before-after-content

Categories : CSS

Div Disappears when given Fixed Position
When a div is given a fixed position and it's outside of the viewport basically doesn't exist. I think that's the problem you're facing. Here's a quick demo. Notice when you make your browser window taller and shorter the <img>s disappear. You probably want to use position: absolute? Sorry If I'm way off.

Categories : HTML

Emulate fixed right position
This could be accomplished by using jQuery: $(function(){ function moveDiv(){ var divSize = $("#rightDiv").width(); var windowSize = $("window").width(); var leftPos = windowSize - divSize; var topPos = $("window").scrollTop(); $("#rightDiv").css({"position":"absolute", "left":leftPos, "top":topPos}); } moveDiv(); $("window").scroll(function(){ moveDiv(); } ); $("window").resize(function(){ moveDiv(); } ); }); This will set up your div to position itself to the right of the screen when the document loads, and then anytime the screen is scrolled, it will recalculate the position. Essentially, we do calculations based on the width of your div and the size of your window to determine what left posi

Categories : Javascript

Position Fixed width 100%
Instead of using left: 250px use padding-left:250px in conjuction with box-sizing: border-box: .top-bar { position:fixed; top:0; left:0; width:100%; height:54px; background:#090909; z-index:1000; padding-left: 250px; -moz-box-sizing: border-box: box-sizing: border-box: } FIDDLE

Categories : HTML

Position Fixed to the Window
You're definitely going to need to make use of JS for this as CSS won't be able to detect scrolling. Here's a basic example: <div id="scroller" class="floating"></div> This is our original element, where it's already partially down the page and floating in the middle. style like .floating{ margin-top: 50px; } We then need to use Javascript in order to measure when the user has scrolled down (I've done this using jQuery) $(window).scroll(function(){ if($(this).scrollTop() > 50){ $('#scroller').removeClass('floating'); $('#scroller').addClass('fixed'); }else{ $('#scroller').addClass('floating'); $('#scroller').removeClass('fixed'); } }); where you have an alternative css declaration for fixed like .fixed{ position: f

Categories : Javascript

Button fixed position
It's a CSS problem not JQuery, you can fix it by adding this : #button1 { position: fixed; // or relative bottom: 0px; right: 0px; } See more about positioning CSS elements : http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_positioning.asp

Categories : Jquery

Div hides behind a div with "position:fixed"?
On the .pure-g-r set margin-top: 36px; and on your #nav set top: 0;. This will assure you that your navigation will always stick to the top of the window.

Categories : HTML

Position:fixed not working
Try this: You have to apply position to sidebar div. Not postion CSS CODE: .sidebar{ background:rgb(24, 33, 61); text-align: right; height: 100% !important; width:30%; postion:fixed; left:0px; top:0px; bottom:0; padding:1em; color:white; position: fixed; } .content{ width:70%; font-size:1.1em; font-weight:normal; position: absolute; top:0; right:0; padding:2em; height: 800px; } DEMO: http://jsfiddle.net/eg23c/1/

Categories : HTML

Is there any constraint to use fixed position in CSS?
I suppose in addition to checking support for this, the other constraint would be to ensure that it doesn't obscure content in the various media - the same checking you would perform when implementing responsive design.

Categories : CSS

How to position a div fixed inside another div?
The code below is not a complete implementation, but I hope it gives you an idea of how it could be done. I.e. change the position property if the fixed div goes outside of its parent/container. var $nlm = $('#navListMenu'); $(window).bind('scroll', function(){ if($nlm.offset().top < $nlm.parent().offset().top) $nlm.css({ position:'absolute', top:0 }); else $nlm.css({ position:'fixed'}); }

Categories : HTML

Fixed position div with 'top' relative to parent div
Try to add this line in your css or edit the class in the bootstrap css file. Make sure your css file is under the bootstrap css file incase you choose to add it in your own. Does it make sense? .navbar-fixed-top { margin-bottom: 0 !important; }

Categories : HTML

Z-index not working with position fixed
See this answer: z-index not working with fixed positioning "z-index only works within a particular context i.e. relative, fixed or absolute position. z-index for a relative div has nothing to do with the z-index of an absolutely or fixed div." @cusimar9

Categories : Javascript

"position: fixed" causes many issues when used with a div containing an svg element
Did you try setting size properties of the map container? Try doing something like this. #map-container { margin: 0 20px; height: 450px; width: 100%; // or any desired width }

Categories : Javascript

Scroll within a fixed position overlay
You could set the overflow on html, body to overflow: hidden and then set #wordInner { position: fixed; overflow: auto;. This will ensure that there is only one visible scrollbar on the right hand side of the page, and only when needed. If you need overflow set to visible for the other pages, you could set it using jQuery (since you are already using it anyway) when you open and close the #word app. Option 1 (using CSS only): jsBin html, body { overflow: hidden; } #wordInner { position: fixed; overflow: auto; ... } Option 2 (using CSS and jQuery): jsBin CSS #wordInner { position: fixed; overflow: auto; ... } jQuery $("#open_word").click(function(event) { event.preventDefault(); $("html, body").css("overflow", "hidden"); $("#word").show(); }); $("#close

Categories : HTML

fixed position of button above image
The issue that you might be facing is something like positioning. You are position the image position: relative to the div, Not the image. If you wrap the image in a div and then set the position then it will go up too. However, that is only the issue, try using something like: <div class="image-div> <img src="src_to_file.png" alt="photo" /> <button class="button">Button</button> </div> You can use this as the css: .image-div { position: relative; } .button { position: absolute; } Also make sure that .image-div is not the main or parent div, as if it is! The button will float over it, but if the div .image-div is the child, it will slide (scroll).

Categories : CSS

position fixed but relative to a container
When using position:fixed; you are positioning the elements relative to the browser window. To use your own parent container, you'll need to set #in and #out to use position:absolute; and then wrap them in a container, let's say #wrap, that has position:relative; set on it. Edit: here's a fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/ktAAa/

Categories : CSS

How to make TableSorter keep a row in a fixed position?
I found a solution. Here is the complete class for reference. public class EnvironmentPanel extends JPanel implements Comparator<String> { private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L; private static final String[] mHeader = { "Name", "Value", }; private JTable mEnvironmentTable = null; private DefaultTableModel mTableModel = null; private int mSortOrder = 1; public EnvironmentPanel() { initialize(); } private void initialize() { GridBagLayout gridBagLayout = new GridBagLayout(); setLayout(gridBagLayout); JScrollPane scrollPane = new JScrollPane(); scrollPane.setViewportBorder(new BevelBorder(BevelBorder.LOWERED, null, null, null, null)); GridBagConstraint

Categories : Java

Fixed position horizontal navigation bar getting cut off
You can adopt responsive menu then. A demo is here. Resize your browser to see how the menu adopts itself based on the available width.

Categories : HTML

Position Fixed Doesn't Work
Add padding-top: to body. padding top value will be height of you top menu Css: body { padding-top: 50px; } #wrapper { display: block; padding: 0; min-width: 1000px; text-align: center; width: 100%; position: fixed; top: 0; z-index:9999; } #topmenu { margin: 0 auto; width: 1000px; padding-left: 0px; font-family: :"Segoe UI", "Segoe WP", "Helvetica Neue", 'RobotoRegular', sans-serif; font-weight: 400; font-size: 1.2em; color: #fff; background-color: #c02929; overflow: auto; } Html: <div id="wrapper"> <div id="topmenu"> <ul class="menu"> <li class="item-464 active"></li></ul> <div id="search"

Categories : HTML

round image with position fixed - css
try adding: .circular img { position: static; } if that doesn't work: .circular{ -webkit-transform: translateZ(0); } i noticed that i could get the same problem if the img was position: fixed. maybe it's somehow inheriting position on the windows version of chrome. the transform can force a repaint which might also fix it credit for the transform idea: Chrome rendering issue. Fixed position anchor with UL in body

Categories : HTML

Iphone position:fixed; alternative?
I think jQuery UI could solve this. The most notable improvements in 1.1.0 are true fixed toolbars

Categories : CSS

DIV position:fixed - overflow issue
Regarding the first problem: You can easily fix it by specifying the width of inner div since the sidebar has fixed width. <div class="float" style="width: 175px"> or define the width in CSS class.

Categories : HTML

Fixed Sidebar Position and Responsive
Media queries: http://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/ For the scroll bar your kinda said it yourself.. make it postion:fixed; left: with-of-the-wrapper; and take the sidebar out of the wrapper div. Gr. Kevin

Categories : CSS

position fixed buttom: 0; is not applying
It's written bottom.. .footer { position: fixed; z-index: 5; width: 50px; height: 50px; background: red; right: 50px; bottom: 0px; }

Categories : Javascript



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