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Disable Scroll bar for smooth scrolling website
Try this: <script type="text/javascript"> if(window.addEventListener){ window.addEventListener('DOMMouseScroll',wheel,false); } function wheel(event) { event.preventDefault(); event.returnValue=false; } window.onmousewheel=document.onmousewheel=wheel; </script>

Categories : Javascript

How to disable scrolling and re-enable scrolling on a mobile touch screen device
Try this code : var scroll = true $(document).bind('touchmove', function(){ scroll = false }).unbind('touchmove', function(){ scroll = true }) $(window).scroll(function() { if ($('button').is(':checked') && scroll == false) { $(document).scrollTop(0); } })

Categories : Javascript

Smooth Scrolling with 500+ images
A complete answer with code would be too much for SO. So I try to describe the basics: You should create your own image cache. With a page scroll view, there are at max two images visible. Viewing photos in a paging enabled scroll view, the image cache must at least hold three images of full size. The cache works as follows: Assuming you have a list of images, which can be accessed by an index which corresponds to the position within the scroll view of the "Album Viewer". From the current index, (asynchronously) load images into the cache for index-1, index and index+1, unless this image exists already in cache or the index is out of range. When the user begins scrolling the next image will become visible. When the user scrolls forward and has scrolled half one page, the current ind

Categories : IOS

UICollectionView scrolling is not smooth. Why?
In my case, the layer border was breaking the smoothness. As I really wanted the border to be there, and I could not use images (the background color must be changeable), I solved it with the following UIView hierarchy: UIView with rounded corners coloured with "border colour" UIView with rounded corners coloured with "content colour"

Categories : IOS

smooth scrolling of imageview
if (i==0) { webview=[[UIImageView alloc]initWithFrame:CGRectMake(i*320, 0, 270, 440)]; } else { webview=[[UIImageView alloc]initWithFrame:CGRectMake(i*320, 0, 270, 380)]; }

Categories : IOS

jQuery - disable scrolling body, enable scrolling div
The question's comments already pointed out that this kind of implementation has some weaknesses. Therefore, I'd suggest to create a header and a footer and position both with position: fixed while the main search content will basically stay untouched (besides some kind of top and bottom padding to make space for the header and the footer).

Categories : Jquery

Disable scrolling when the animation of scrolling is taking place
At the beginning of your function, you could apply some CSS attributes to make it unscrollable. Then at the end of your animation, revert it back to normal. For example: At the beginning of your animation $('html, body').css({ 'overflow': 'hidden', 'height': '100%' }) Then, at then end $('html, body').css({ 'overflow': 'auto', 'height': 'auto' }) This is virtually the same thing as this answer: http://stackoverflow.com/a/17293689/2247151

Categories : Javascript

Images in listview with smooth scrolling
But I can use lazy loading code only when images are coming from sdcard or web server You can use lazy loading with any source. Are you using an existing implementation, or did you create your own? If you have the code, you can easily extend it so that it allows loading images from assets.

Categories : Android

Best way to smooth scrolling to an internal link
HTML: <ul> <li><a href="#ppanjur" class="uruna">Plastik Panjur</a></li> [...] </ul> JS: function scrollToElement (selector) { $('html, body').animate({ scrollTop: $(selector).offset().top }, 2000); }; $(document).on('click', 'a.uruna', function () { scrollToElement($(this).attr('href')); }); or function scrollToElement (obj) { $('html, body').animate({ scrollTop: obj.offset().top }, 2000); }; $(document).on('click', 'a.uruna', function () { scrollToElement($(this)); });

Categories : Javascript

Smooth page scrolling implementation?
It would seem like the main problems with the jsfiddle is that you're not including jQuery UI and that your sections are missing their IDs. Other than that, there's nothing wrong with your script. Take a look at: http://jsfiddle.net/8UYmX/2/ <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Smooth Page Scrolling</title> <link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css"/> </head> <body> <header> <a href="#" id="logo">Logo</a> <ul id="nav" class="nav"> <li><a href="#home">Home</a></li> <li><a href="#about">About</a></li> <li><a href="#

Categories : Jquery

Listview with CustomCursorAdapter scrolling is not smooth
It is better that you use getView() instead of newView() as it provides you with a recycled View (convertView), which is the View that pops out of the screen when you scroll, so this will reduce the time needed to create a new View by using this recycled View and also decrease the Garbage collections needed to remove your View (retView) each time a View is created.

Categories : Android

Java smooth scrolling (Game)
Ok, at first you are confusing with the background and the grid. A grid is a way to check collisions and a spatial partitioning algorithm that never moves. A background is an image which is drawn behind every entity in your game in every level. What you are trying to do is make the level scroll, as per what I understand. To do so, we create a class called View also called as a Camera which draws the background and the visible entities by centering the entity which is controlled by the player. And to center an entity and draw the map, I use these classes. Hope you understand that I wrote them in C#. Map MapInfo MapLayer MapLoader MapManager MapView And here is my implementation of Grid. I have the java versions of the same classes here but I haven't implemented the Grid class in java.

Categories : Java

ListView scrolling using UniversalImageDownloader not smooth
I had the same issue with image downloading. I solved it by setting delayBeforeLoading(1000) in my DisplayImageOptions. It is needed to start downloading when user stop fling. so try to replace your getDisplayOptions method with this public static DisplayImageOptions getDisplayOptions() { DisplayImageOptions options = new DisplayImageOptions.Builder() .showImageForEmptyUri(R.drawable.error) .showImageOnFail(R.drawable.error) .delayBeforeLoading(1000) .resetViewBeforeLoading(false) // default .cacheInMemory(true) // default .cacheOnDisc(true) // default .build(); return options; } Documentation also recommends to use this code to avoid grid/list view scroll lags boolean pauseOnScroll = false; // or true boolean pauseOnFling = true; // or false

Categories : Android

Scrolling is not smooth in android Grid View
Loading images in separate thread definitely helps, however there's another important performance issue to take care of here, and that's "view reusability", once you've set the image in your Adapter, make sure that you are actually reusing the views provided in the getView method of the adapter, and not creating/inflating a new Layout(GridElement) every time that method is called, this is usually what causes the scrolling to go slow once all the images have been loaded, there's several patterns available to approach this issue, you should read about ViewHolder, is the most common and easy to use pattern for this issue... Hope this Helps... Regards

Categories : Android

Smooth scrolling on Android with slow onDraw
Make the entire drawing into a Bitmap object using associated Canvas and in onDraw just flush this Bitmap. When you data changes, redraw everything into Bitmap.

Categories : Android

Smooth Div Scroll - Start scrolling after delay
There's a public method startAutoScrolling, combine that with setTimeout: <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { $("#makeMeScrollable").smoothDivScroll({ mousewheelScrolling: "allDirections", manualContinuousScrolling: true }); setTimeout(function() { $("#makeMeScrollable").smoothDivScroll("startAutoScrolling"); }, 2000); }); </script>

Categories : Jquery

Smooth-scrolling to URL on click event using function
Updated: $('.slide').on('click', function(event) { var el = $(this); $('html, body').stop().animate({ scrollTop: $(el.attr('target')).offset().top }, 1500); event.preventDefault(); }); HTML <ul class="nav"> <li class="slide" target="#slide-1">Slide 1</li> <li class="slide" target="#slide-2">Slide 2</li> <li class="slide" target="#slide-3">Slide 3</li> </ul> <div class="content" id="slide-1">Slide 1 content</div> <div class="content" id="slide-2">Slide 2 content</div> <div class="content" id="slide-3">Slide 3 content</div> Demo jsFiddle As royalSlider is removing html code and and adding slides, above will not work *Updated Code for royalSlider HTML <div

Categories : Jquery

Unable to get Jquery Smooth scrolling to work
It works fine here. Make sure that the URL of jquery-smooth-scroll is correct. I used this copy of jquery-smooth-scroll to test your code: https://github.com/kswedberg/jquery-smooth-scroll

Categories : Javascript

Smooth scrolling UIScrollView with transparent CALayers
One solution is to add a shadow to the most background layers of both image layer and text layer. There are number of shadow properties that you can tweak i.e. shadowPath, shadowColor, shadowOffset and shadowRadius - set each of them, don't miss any. Also set yourlayer.masksToBounds = NO. Do not forget to add yourlayer.shouldRasterize = YES because this will have better performance impact.

Categories : IOS

jQuery Next/Prev Smooth Scrolling menu
Your #next and #prev links call scrollTo(element). You can still utilize that function, you only need to change how you identify the element to scroll to, based on what your new menu will look like. Demo using id and href Demo using element index You'll note that I moved the setter of the current class to the scrollTo function. You can of course keep that in the menu listeners if you wish...

Categories : Jquery

jQuery smooth scrolling doesn't work
why you have return false? Try without it. Also, if in jsfiddle works and in your code doesn't, it could possibly mean there a problem in the rest of your code, please add it to your question!

Categories : Jquery

jQuery smooth scrolling to anchor after button clicked
Try this out:- http://jsfiddle.net/adiioo7/bguAG/1/ JS:- $("#onward a").click(function () { var onwardId = $(this).attr("href"); $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: $(onwardId).offset().top }, "slow"); return false; }); HTML:- <div id="xdroneslogan" style="height:1000px;background:red;"></div> <div id="onward"> <a href="#xdroneslogan" class="btn"><i class="icon-chevron-down icon-white"></i> Onward</a> </div> Also make sure the jQuery.fx.off is set to false.

Categories : Javascript

skrollr : Horizontal scroll with smooth scrolling not working
You want smooth scrolling for the left movement, but now for top. You need another wrapper element and use data-smooth-scrolling="off" on it. http://jsfiddle.net/GpPHx/2/ If you want to hide the scrollbar, skrollr may not be the right choice for what you're trying to do.

Categories : Javascript

Smooth Scrolling a hero-unit of bootstrap page
You can use iscroll plugin of jquery... Iscroll I have used this in may mobile web-site : smooth-scroll go to the year selection page..there is a smooth scroll implementation.

Categories : Javascript

Can't get smooth scrolling from fixed menu item to work
this line $('a[href*=#]:not([href=#])') is returning an empty set so your click handler is not being set on any dom element. The scrolling is being done by the browser using the old fashion anchor tag <a name="contact">&nbsp;</a>. @FakeRainBrigand is right, your document isn't fully loaded when you add your click handler. Just add it to the ready event. $(document).ready(function() { $('a[href*=#]:not([href=#])').click(function() { if (location.pathname.replace(/^//,'') == this.pathname.replace(/^//,'') || location.hostname == this.hostname) { var target = $(this.hash); target = target.length ? target : $('[name=' + this.hash.slice(1) +']'); if (target.length) {

Categories : Javascript

HTML - Smooth scrolling to bottom of page - workaround needed
I do plenty of anchors with smooth scrolling, and to be honest no client has ever complained about that bottom anchor not being where it should be, as it just still feels natural to sit at the bottom of the page. Something you can do to make the user look at that area, is highlight that div by dimming the other divs, when that specific anchor is clicked. (Just how Shadowboxes dim the background)

Categories : Jquery

Why is smooth scrolling.js throwing a "$target.offset(...) is undefined" error?
This happens when the hash target does not exist. In HTML5 a valid hash target can only be written with an id. So this will not work: <a name="#hash">Hash</a> But this will: <a id="#hash">Hash</a> Since using name="" isn't valid HTML5, #hash does not exist on the page so when you try to reference it with this: var $target = $(this.hash) It returns undefined. Even links with valid hash targets won't smooth scroll if they are included after invalid ones because of this.

Categories : Javascript

Calculate HTML bookmark smooth-scrolling, relative to a specific parent container
After sorting out the other issues, the problem was using offset() instead of position() when adding to the scrollTop() of the container. This now works correctly: function GetOffset($element, $parent) { return { top: $element.position().top + $parent.scrollTop(), left: $element.position().left + $parent.scrollLeft() }; } JSFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/TrueBlueAussie/dtYpx/9/

Categories : Jquery

Disable JavaScript in IE 11 preview
You can disable JavaScript from: Tools (Alt+x) > Internet Options > Security > Custom Level > (in the tree view) Scripting > Active Scripting > Disable (radio button) This will disable script for the current zone. You'll want to refresh the page for it to have an impact and then re-enable it after your done.

Categories : Internet Explorer

Smooth native style swipe scrolling with acceleration/deceleration on IOS using overflow-x: scroll; scrollable div using CSS
You can get native-style scrolling on an HTML element with overflow by using the following proprietary CSS property: -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; It has some caveats, though. Depending on what's inside the element, rendering might be slightly broken, so you should test it and see if it suits your particular needs. I'm also not sure if it works properly when you specify overflow-y: hidden. If it doesn't, you should be able to get it to work by playing around with different values for overflow-x, overflow-y and overflow (auto doesn't seem to work). If you need to, you can fake overflow-y: hidden on your div by creating a second nested div with the content and setting that property on it. But I hope that's not necessary.

Categories : IOS

Enable/Disable Scrolling in iPhone/iPad’s BUT enable the website scrolling
Check if the device is mobile using a function like this window.mobilecheck = function() { var check = false; (function(a){if(/(android|bbd+|meego).+mobile|avantgo|bada/|blackberry|blazer|compal|elaine|fennec|hiptop|iemobile|ip(hone|od)|iris|kindle|lge |maemo|midp|mmp|netfront|opera m(ob|in)i|palm( os)?|phone|p(ixi|re)/|plucker|pocket|psp|series(4|6)0|symbian|treo|up.(browser|link)|vodafone|wap|windows (ce|phone)|xda|xiino/i.test(a)||/1207|6310|6590|3gso|4thp|50[1-6]i|770s|802s|a wa|abac|ac(er|oo|s-)|ai(ko|rn)|al(av|ca|co)|amoi|an(ex|ny|yw)|aptu|ar(ch|go)|as(te|us)|attw|au(di|-m|r |s )|avan|be(ck|ll|nq)|bi(lb|rd)|bl(ac|az)|br(e|v)w|bumb|bw-(n|u)|c55/|capi|ccwa|cdm-|cell|chtm|cldc|cmd-|co(mp|nd)|craw|da(it|ll|ng)|dbte|dc-s|devi|dica|dmob|do(c|p)o|ds(12|-d)|el(49|ai)|em(l2|ul)|er(ic|k0)|esl

Categories : Javascript

Disable (but still allow) scrolling
The animating property value is incorrect, should be "+=50" and "-=50": $(this).bind( 'mousewheel', function ( e ) { if (e.originalEvent.wheelDelta < 0) { // scroll down $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: "+=50" }, 900, "easeInOutQuart" ); } else { // scroll up $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: "-=50" }, 900, "easeInOutQuart" ); } return false; }); It was only working once because you were always passing 50 and -50 as the value. Here's a working fiddle, I also added a check to perform only one animation per scroll event

Categories : Javascript

How to disable scrolling in OSMdroid
The quickest solution is to subclass MapView and override scrollTo(). Instead of calling super.scrollTo(x,y) with the x and y parameters that were passed in, call it with the scroll values you want the maps permanently locked to.

Categories : Java

How to disable ScrollView scrolling?
// Get the ScrollView final ScrollView myScroll = (ScrollView) findViewById(R.id.display_scrollview); // Disable Scrolling by setting up an OnTouchListener to do nothing myScroll.setOnTouchListener( new OnTouchListener(){ @Override public boolean onTouch(View v, MotionEvent event) { return true; } }); // Enable Scrolling by removing the OnTouchListner tvDisplayScroll.setOnTouchListener(null);

Categories : Android

Disable scrolling by hook
I've found the solution. It is very, very, very simple. Set <requestedExecutionLevel level="requireAdministrator" uiAccess="false" /> in your manifest or start it as administrator manually and it works :)

Categories : C++

Disable all scrolling on webpage
I have had this exact same issue, i fixed it with the following; var disableScroll = false; var scrollPos = 0; function stopScroll() { disableScroll = true; scrollPos = $(window).scrollTop(); } function enableScroll() { disableScroll = false; } $(function(){ $(window).bind('scroll', function(){ if(disableScroll) $(window).scrollTop(scrollPos); }); $(window).bind('touchmove', function(){ $(window).trigger('scroll'); }); }); the touch move is bound to the window as the window scroll event is not fired until touch move is completed, so this allows a much smoother experience on iOS! This isn't a perfect solution as you can 'throw' the page, but it will return to desired position when the throw has complete (as the window scroll event will then

Categories : Javascript

disable mobile scrolling with css
this worked for me: document.body.scroll = "no"; document.body.style.overflow = 'hidden'; document.height = window.innerHeight; document.body.addEventListener('touchmove', function(e){ e.preventDefault(); });

Categories : Android

Disable scrolling with panel animation
So long as your "contactPanel" is not larger than the body (or viewport) then the body won't scroll. But you can set overflow:hidden just to make sure of it. I'm guessing you actually only want to scroll the contactPanel vertically as well, and not on both axis? Use overflow-y:scroll; I'd also recommend moving text styling rules onto to the text objects themselves... but that's just me. body { overflow:hidden; } #contactPanel { overflow-y:scroll; width:100%; height:100%; position: absolute; top:-100%; left:0; z-index: 6; background: #000000; } #contactPanel p { color:#fff; }

Categories : Jquery

wp8 How to disable scrolling in Panorama control
I'm probably late on respond to this, but the solution should be the property IsHitTestVisible. Using this property on the panorama control, you can disable your control whenever you want to. //Disable panorama scrolling MyPanorama.IsHitTestVisible = false; //Enable panorama scrolling MyPanorama.IsHitTestVisible = true;

Categories : Windows Phone 8

disable two finger scrolling on ipad
I had originally thought my answer wouldnt be relevant or too far a stretch from the problem so i had left it in the comments. I was going to delete the question but some people seem to benefit from the answer so here is the comment... I had a jquery.ui.touch.js file on the site preventing a vertical scroll. The issue is now resolved

Categories : CSS



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