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The initial script is great, but if you are building a responsive design, the anchors are slightly off upon changing size. Browse other questions tagged jquery html or ask your own question. Basically I just need a script that will scroll to a defined spot when a link is clicked. http://www.certohost.com/tutorials.php Thanks. Check This Out

Thank you. Reply ↓ Santiago Permalink to comment# July 3, 2012 Hi, the code seems to work fine if your click an anchor and then you go all up of the page and Sascha Martin Permalink to comment# March 9, 2011 Chris, thank you for your awesome tutorials and scripts. Frank Permalink to comment# February 14, 2014 Thanks so much! over here

Typeerror Jquery .scrollto Is Not A Function

Reply ↓ Jon Permalink to comment# July 30, 2010 Sorry, forgot to wrap my code: #comment-## 4 #comment-## 3 Thanks Jon Reply ↓ Jack Permalink to comment# August 10, 2010 works We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Not a Member Yet? I am developping a 2D game and I am looking forward to implement this functionnality for extra quality and feel.

Comments Nick Permalink to comment# September 8, 2009 Hi, I cant get this to work. I'm using Derek and Tony's modified code, if that helps troubleshooting any… Stefan Permalink to comment# January 11, 2012 Hello everybody! Basically I just need a script that will scroll to a defined spot when a link is clicked. Javascript Scrollto Is Not A Function Visitors to the page will be looking for a provider/supplier of a particular product or service.

Copy codeClosePermalinkClosePlease tell us why you want to mark the subject as inappropriate. (Maximum 200 characters)Report Inappropriate CancelPrivate Message From : guestTo : Subject : Content : Type the characters you Reload to refresh your session. Thank you very much for sharing. check that Peter Permalink to comment# July 11, 2012 Having issues.

I have yet to test out IE. Jquery Scrollto Demo Thanks a lot for such good scrolling. I'm a designer not a coder so the simpler the better. in Using jQuery Plugins • 4 years ago Hi!I'm desperatly trying to make the scrollTo plugin work on my website, and so far, no luck...So, that's what I have in

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If anyone has any suggestions to try then please let me know, as it is driving a little bit crazy now :S Thanks for any help. and with english too, sorry), so i ask help to you. Typeerror Jquery .scrollto Is Not A Function It worked first try!! =D Gustavo Guichard Permalink to comment# January 18, 2010 It's not working on IE8 at my website, I think there is some kind of Bug… Could you Scrollto Not Working Android Thanks, much appreciated.

for a corporate website? http://qrwsoftware.com/not-working/find-function-not-working-excel.html Any advice? Reply ↓ Nathan Permalink to comment# April 30, 2012 Awesome, thank you! thanks a lot! Jquery Scrollto Tutorial

Can Accordion panels contain Links, Lists,Tables? Reply ↓ John Surdakowski Permalink to comment# July 29, 2012 For some reason…This no longer works in Safari 6.0 after the Mountain Lion Upgrade. Sorosh Permalink to comment# January 16, 2012 Works like a charm. http://qrwsoftware.com/not-working/window-scrollto-not-working-in-chrome.html Reply ↓ Israel Shirk Permalink to comment# April 25, 2011 Love the code!

id love it to go 45 degrees up/right (northeast). Javascript Scrollto Not Working You could use the above snippet it many ways. Impressive!

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Look for the "1000" number. I think we can use the suggestions made by @gnarf to mention scrollLeft and we can also add another example using $.Deferred as mentioned by @jaubourg. In it, you'll get: The week's top questions and answers Important community announcements Questions that need answers see an example newsletter By subscribing, you agree to the privacy policy and terms Jquery Scrollto Offset There are still APIs from back in 2012 undocumented, just because we lack the time and the resources.

If I don't have to preserve the hashtag, then I just remove the call for the hashtag anchor, like this: $(scrollElem).animate( #comment-## 1, 1000); Eric Permalink to comment# November 8, 2011 Would be awesome if there was a solution to this whereby people could still leave the page with one click on the ‘back' button after using them. You only need to spare a few dollars, or as much as you feel this piece of work is worth. navigate here It is also really easy to add the hashes back to the browser address bar, however, it seems better UX wise to leave them off. - that is just my viewpoint

Reply ↓ Lewis Permalink to comment# April 15, 2011 To add easing - link to the jquery easing 1.3 pack Then substitute the section below // Animate to target $(scrollElem).animate( #comment-## Why is this?

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