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      01-21-2014
On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 7:54:46 PM UTC+1, Ed Mullen wrote:
> "If I click in the vertical scroll bar below the handle the page scrolls
> down more than one full screen."

&&
> The pages on my
> site scroll up past that, so that the content of the initial screen is
> above the top of the page. Meaning that the user will be missing, not
> see, some content.

....
> While it seems to be a problem with the Mozilla core core, it also seems
> to be somehow HTML/CSS related too since some pages don't do this but
> all of mine do. Any thoughts welcome.

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> Ed Mullen


in the print.css file you have
#doc_header {
visibility: hidden;
display: none;
}

but in the browser the other files are used
 
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      01-21-2014
On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 8:38:14 PM UTC+1, Ed Mullen wrote:
> >> "If I click in the vertical scroll bar below the handle the page scrolls
> >> down more than one full screen."

> > &&
> >> The pages on my
> >> site scroll up past that, so that the content of the initial screen is
> >> above the top of the page. Meaning that the user will be missing, not
> >> see, some content.

> > ...
> >
> > in the print.css file you have
> > #doc_header {
> > visibility: hidden;
> > display: none;
> > }
> > but in the browser the other files are used

>
> Yes, certainly true. But has nothing to do with the scrolling issue
> since the print.css file is not used unless the browser's print or print
> preview function is invoked.
>
> Ed Mullen


I think the div with id #doc_header is fixed in the normal css file
because of that the browser content is cut
by the height of the <div id="doc_header" ...>
and the normal way of scrolling is too much for your <body>
covered by your doc_header
 
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      01-22-2014
On Wednesday, January 22, 2014 4:00:13 AM UTC+1, Ed Mullen wrote:
> Thanks, just not clear enough for me to know what you're suggesting.


i think i understand your problem now.
i found some interesting links
http://reference.sitepoint.com/css/overflow
http://johanbrook.com/browsers/nativ...rolling-ios-5/
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/...ent.scrollLeft
but i am sure cross browser problem will not be solved

now you reduced the height of the menu? it's not satisifying

i had in mind a menu which almost lifts up
when you scroll down - only a little anchor or tassel is left
which will fade in the menu again with a curser in it's place.
 
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