I use IntersectionObserver API in my html+css3+js webpage to make the elements in viewport visible (page scroll). However the same effects keep running whenever user scrolls the specific element, and I need it to happen just once. In other words, I don’t want the elements toggle between invisible/visible every time I scroll them. HTML: <div ..
I have made a Navigation bar in react which had two components one for mobile navigation and one for desktop navigation, and I m conditionally rendering both according to the width of the device. But for some reason, it’s not working on IOS, but working on other android devices properly. here is the code. const ..
I am now rewriting some old codes to work with modern browsers. One problem is persistent to me: the viewport size. I wish to put a DIV element in the center but with the scrollbar, it won’t be right. Also, I wish to put a button near the right border but the scrollbar is rendered ..
I am trying to make a resizeable view panel using CSS and JS with JQuery. I am having a hard time detecting the width of screen with JQuery $(window).resize when I change from desktop to mobile using the Chrome console mobile icon. Taking iPhone X as example (which viewport width is 375px), when I click ..
I have recently been experimenting with the HTML5 Canvas in an io game I am creating, but have run across the issue of the viewport. While making the viewport is not necessarily hard, I have found that showing the other players of the game in the correct positions is difficult (used ctx.translate()). Is it possible ..