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jQuery scroll to element


Question

I have this input element:

<input type="text" class="textfield" value="" id="subject" name="subject">

Then I have some other elements, like other text inputs, textareas, etc.

When the user clicks on that input with #subject, the page should scroll to the last element of the page with a nice animation. It should be a scroll to bottom and not to top.

The last item of the page is a submit button with #submit:

<input type="submit" class="submit" id="submit" name="submit" value="Ok, Done.">

The animation should not be too fast and should be fluid.

I am running the latest jQuery version. I prefer to not install any plugin but to use the default jQuery features to achieve this.

2020/01/08
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1/8/2020 11:48:03 AM

Accepted Answer

Assuming you have a button with the id button, try this example:

$("#button").click(function() {
    $([document.documentElement, document.body]).animate({
        scrollTop: $("#elementtoScrollToID").offset().top
    }, 2000);
});

I got the code from the article Smoothly scroll to an element without a jQuery plugin. And I have tested it on the example below.

<html>
    <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
    <script>
        $(document).ready(function (){
            $("#click").click(function (){
                $('html, body').animate({
                    scrollTop: $("#div1").offset().top
                }, 2000);
            });
        });
    </script>
    <div id="div1" style="height: 1000px; width 100px">
        Test
    </div>
    <br/>
    <div id="div2" style="height: 1000px; width 100px">
        Test 2
    </div>
    <button id="click">Click me</button>
</html>

2018/07/08
4087
7/8/2018 2:48:17 PM

jQuery .scrollTo() Method

jQuery .scrollTo(): View - Demo, API, Source

I wrote this lightweight plugin to make page/element scrolling much easier. It's flexible where you could pass in a target element or specified value. Perhaps this could be part of jQuery's next official release, what do you think?


Examples Usage:

$('body').scrollTo('#target'); // Scroll screen to target element

$('body').scrollTo(500); // Scroll screen 500 pixels down

$('#scrollable').scrollTo(100); // Scroll individual element 100 pixels down

Options:

scrollTarget: A element, string, or number which indicates desired scroll position.

offsetTop: A number that defines additional spacing above scroll target.

duration: A string or number determining how long the animation will run.

easing: A string indicating which easing function to use for the transition.

complete: A function to call once the animation is complete.

2017/05/17

If you are not much interested in the smooth scroll effect and just interested in scrolling to a particular element, you don't require some jQuery function for this. Javascript has got your case covered:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/element.scrollIntoView

So all you need to do is: $("selector").get(0).scrollIntoView();

.get(0) is used because we want to retrieve the JavaScript's DOM element and not the JQuery's DOM element.

2014/01/21

Using this simple script

if($(window.location.hash).length > 0){
        $('html, body').animate({ scrollTop: $(window.location.hash).offset().top}, 1000);
}

Would make in sort that if a hash tag is found in the url, the scrollTo animate to the ID. If not hash tag found, then ignore the script.

2017/11/24

jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
  $('a[href^="#"]').bind('click.smoothscroll',function (e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    var target = this.hash,
        $target = $(target);

    $('html, body').stop().animate( {
      'scrollTop': $target.offset().top-40
    }, 900, 'swing', function () {
      window.location.hash = target;
    } );
  } );
} );
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>


<ul role="tablist">
  <li class="active" id="p1"><a href="#pane1" role="tab">Section 1</a></li>
  <li id="p2"><a href="#pane2" role="tab">Section 2</a></li>
  <li id="p3"><a href="#pane3" role="tab">Section 3</a></li>
</ul>

<div id="pane1"></div>
<div id="pane2"></div>
<div id="pane3"></div>

2016/08/16

I know a way without jQuery:

document.getElementById("element-id").scrollIntoView();

Edit: It's been two years and I'm still randomly getting reputation from this post lmao

Edit 2: Please don't edit my comment without asking me.

2020/07/15

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