In the global area is the Nav Menu. I’ve setup IDs on different blocs. In the Nav Links I chose ID under interaction. Uploaded the website. In the Browser I click the link and it quickly scroll down past the ID I set up. How can I get the scroll down to stop at the top of the bloc?
I’m not much help here @KBConcepts, but I find the scroll to target a bit hit and miss.
I’ve had varying success with adding extra padding and/or margins to either the specified bloc or the one above or below, but not always!
Try disabling lazy load if you have it on.
Unfortunately this doesn’t help.
I never used lazy load and I gave up trying to solve the scroll to target problem.
I leave the problem to the user
thanks for the suggestion, but I do not use it.
Add a class to the bloc in question and give it the attribute
Play around with the pixel value.
I didn’t know about this one. Excellent.
The magic that is Google Plus, I used it just recently. I wish that adding a separate class to adjust the scroll position wouldn‘t be necessary though.
See if this works. In Menu Manager, use Navigate to URL for the Type. Set URL to #ID you set on the page for that bloc, example #middle. The bottom bloc may not be correct if the page isn’t long enough.
Thank you I just got back into town, or I would have returned a reply earlier.
interesting thought, thanks for your reply
Hi @pumpkin, can you maybe explain step by step how to do this?
I was trying to create a demo project for you, but somehow the scrolling to target worked out of the box without any offset. And adding the css didn’t change that. Hm…
The style requires snap position on the parent container.
Blocs does have a scroll to script. I’ve had issues with the offset before. One site I just added my own scroll to script