This article is a follow up on the problem and solution described in the original post AMP, iOS, Scrolling and Position Fixed. Tatsächliche Ergebnis. Mobile CSS Fixed Positioning Support. This is no longer needed on iOS 13 Safari but seems like it’s still different behavior than desktop Safari, at least in my particular case. Header and Footer are position: fixed elements and body scrolls. Eingabe - nicht fokussiert.
Scrolling == unusable position:fixed element. I'm building a cordova app with html js css My webapp have a fixed div (a popup), it overlay body (and this div in #app) .
In this post I'll discuss the problem and the relatively simple workarounds. Eingabe - fokussiert. Just force GPU acceleration by adding transform: translate3d(0,0,0); to your element. The problem and the original solution. It’s described in detail in AMP, iOS, Scrolling Redo 2 — the shadow wrapper approach.. ios - scrolling - safari position fixed .
I have a more complex html structure however. :( that did not work for me…I have a fixed scroll-to top button that shows up after scroll but after I put the sections to position relative it doesnot show up (only in safari) untill I scroll to the footer (where it acyually isin an include), I did put them z-index in the right order and added the webkit translate to the button but no…and I used to be a painter… I suggest everyone test. In a previous tutorial, I talked about iScroll and how this great little plugin helped fix an issue with iOS Webkit (5.0 and below) and Android Webkit (2.1 or below), in which there was no native support for fixed positioning or scrollable content areas..
@supports (-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch) doesn’t include iOS 13 Safari. Scroll the body. New Solution.
Die Position der festen Elemente ist korrekt, wenn der Eingang nicht fokussiert ist. Element will usually flicker, and disappear until scrolling has stopped completely. Schritte zum Reproduzieren. I've run into this issue a few times and it turns out it's related to positional layout and specifically problematic on iPad Safari browsers. In a previous tutorial, I talked about iScroll and how this great little plugin helped fix an issue with iOS Webkit (5.0 and below) and Android Webkit (2.1 or below), in which there was no native support for fixed positioning or scrollable content areas..
iOS-Eingabe fokussiert ... Folgendes passiert auf Mobile Safari iOS 6.1.2. AMP is currently experimenting with a new approach to implement scrollable iframes. Ran into some issues with fixed headers again in one of my mobile applications where on an iPad it appeared the content wouldn't scroll properly.
Android 2.1 and below no fixed positioning. Also . the user didn't cause the scroll) the elements inside the fix … Android. Erstellen Sie eine position: fixed Element mit einem Element darin. iOS4 and below simply treats elements as static and scrolls them along with the rest of the page. If you ever had to fix element on scroll, you probably had an issue on iOS Safari (and other mobile devices).