Show div on scrollDown after 800px

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I want to show a hidden div when scrolling down after 800px from the top of the page. By now I have this example, but I guess it needs modification in order to achive what I am looking for.

EDIT:

[And when scrollUp and the height is less the 800px, this div should hide]

HTML:

<div class="bottomMenu">
  <!-- content -->
</div>

css:

.bottomMenu {
    width: 100%;
    height: 60px;
    border-top: 1px solid #000;
    position: fixed;
    bottom: 0px;
    z-index: 100;
    opacity: 0;
}

jQuery:

$(document).ready(function() {
    $(window).scroll( function(){
        $('.bottomMenu').each( function(i){
            var bottom_of_object = $(this).position().top + $(this).outerHeight();
            var bottom_of_window = $(window).scrollTop() + $(window).height();
            if( bottom_of_window > bottom_of_object ){
                $(this).animate({'opacity':'1'},500);
            }
        }); 
    });
});

Here is a Fiddle of my current code.

This question is tagged with jquery html css

~ Asked on 2013-04-03 21:20:35

The Best Answer is


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If you want to show a div after scrolling a number of pixels:

Working Example

$(document).scroll(function() {
  var y = $(this).scrollTop();
  if (y > 800) {
    $('.bottomMenu').fadeIn();
  } else {
    $('.bottomMenu').fadeOut();
  }
});

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$(document).scroll(function() {
  var y = $(this).scrollTop();
  if (y > 800) {
    $('.bottomMenu').fadeIn();
  } else {
    $('.bottomMenu').fadeOut();
  }
});
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body {
  height: 1600px;
}
.bottomMenu {
  display: none;
  position: fixed;
  bottom: 0;
  width: 100%;
  height: 60px;
  border-top: 1px solid #000;
  background: red;
  z-index: 1;
}
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<p>Scroll down... </p>
<div class="bottomMenu"></div>
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Its simple, but effective.

Documentation for .scroll()
Documentation for .scrollTop()


If you want to show a div after scrolling a number of pixels,

without jQuery:

Working Example

myID = document.getElementById("myID");

var myScrollFunc = function() {
  var y = window.scrollY;
  if (y >= 800) {
    myID.className = "bottomMenu show"
  } else {
    myID.className = "bottomMenu hide"
  }
};

window.addEventListener("scroll", myScrollFunc);

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myID = document.getElementById("myID");

var myScrollFunc = function() {
  var y = window.scrollY;
  if (y >= 800) {
    myID.className = "bottomMenu show"
  } else {
    myID.className = "bottomMenu hide"
  }
};

window.addEventListener("scroll", myScrollFunc);
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body {
  height: 2000px;
}
.bottomMenu {
  position: fixed;
  bottom: 0;
  width: 100%;
  height: 60px;
  border-top: 1px solid #000;
  background: red;
  z-index: 1;
  transition: all 1s;
}
.hide {
  opacity: 0;
  left: -100%;
}
.show {
  opacity: 1;
  left: 0;
}
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<div id="myID" class="bottomMenu hide"></div>
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Documentation for .scrollY
Documentation for .className
Documentation for .addEventListener


If you want to show an element after scrolling to it:

Working Example

$('h1').each(function () {
    var y = $(document).scrollTop();
    var t = $(this).parent().offset().top;
    if (y > t) {
        $(this).fadeIn();
    } else {
        $(this).fadeOut();
    }
});

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$(document).scroll(function() {
  //Show element after user scrolls 800px
  var y = $(this).scrollTop();
  if (y > 800) {
    $('.bottomMenu').fadeIn();
  } else {
    $('.bottomMenu').fadeOut();
  }

  // Show element after user scrolls past 
  // the top edge of its parent 
  $('h1').each(function() {
    var t = $(this).parent().offset().top;
    if (y > t) {
      $(this).fadeIn();
    } else {
      $(this).fadeOut();
    }
  });
});
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body {
  height: 1600px;
}
.bottomMenu {
  display: none;
  position: fixed;
  bottom: 0;
  width: 100%;
  height: 60px;
  border-top: 1px solid #000;
  background: red;
  z-index: 1;
}
.scrollPast {
  width: 100%;
  height: 150px;
  background: blue;
  position: relative;
  top: 50px;
  margin: 20px 0;
}
h1 {
  display: none;
  position: absolute;
  bottom: 0;
}
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<p>Scroll Down...</p>
<div class="scrollPast">
  <h1>I fade in when you scroll to my parent</h1>

</div>
<div class="scrollPast">
  <h1>I fade in when you scroll to my parent</h1>

</div>
<div class="scrollPast">
  <h1>I fade in when you scroll to my parent</h1>

</div>
<div class="bottomMenu">I fade in when you scroll past 800px</div>
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Note that you can't get the offset of elements set to display: none;, grab the offset of the element's parent instead.

Documentation for .each()
Documentation for .parent()
Documentation for .offset()


If you want to have a nav or div stick or dock to the top of the page once you scroll to it and unstick/undock when you scroll back up:

Working Example

$(document).scroll(function () {
    //stick nav to top of page
    var y = $(this).scrollTop();
    var navWrap = $('#navWrap').offset().top;
    if (y > navWrap) {
        $('nav').addClass('sticky');
    } else {
        $('nav').removeClass('sticky');
    }
});

#navWrap {
    height:70px
}
nav {
    height: 70px;
    background:gray;
}
.sticky {
    position: fixed;
    top:0;
}

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$(document).scroll(function () {
    //stick nav to top of page
    var y = $(this).scrollTop();
    var navWrap = $('#navWrap').offset().top;
    if (y > navWrap) {
        $('nav').addClass('sticky');
    } else {
        $('nav').removeClass('sticky');
    }
});
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body {
    height:1600px;
    margin:0;
}
#navWrap {
    height:70px
}
nav {
    height: 70px;
    background:gray;
}
.sticky {
    position: fixed;
    top:0;
}
h1 {
    margin: 0;
}
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
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<div id="navWrap">
  <nav>
    <h1>I stick to the top when you scroll down and unstick when you scroll up to my original position</h1>

  </nav>
</div>
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  imo evil stalking monstra adventus resi dentevil vultus comedat cerebella viventium. Qui animated corpse, cricket bat max brucks terribilem incessu zomby. The voodoo sacerdos flesh eater, suscitat mortuos comedere carnem virus. Zonbi tattered for solum
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~ Answered on 2013-04-04 00:41:50


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You've got a few things going on there. One, why a class? Do you actually have multiple of these on the page? The CSS suggests you can't. If not you should use an ID - it's faster to select both in CSS and jQuery:

<div id=bottomMenu>You read it all.</div>

Second you've got a few crazy things going on in that CSS - in particular the z-index is supposed to just be a number, not measured in pixels. It specifies what layer this tag is on, where each higher number is closer to the user (or put another way, on top of/occluding tags with lower z-indexes).

The animation you're trying to do is basically .fadeIn(), so just set the div to display: none; initially and use .fadeIn() to animate it:

$('#bottomMenu').fadeIn(2000);

.fadeIn() works by first doing display: (whatever the proper display property is for the tag), opacity: 0, then gradually ratcheting up the opacity.

Full working example:

http://jsfiddle.net/b9chris/sMyfT/

CSS:

#bottomMenu {
    display: none;
    position: fixed;
    left: 0; bottom: 0;
    width: 100%; height: 60px;
    border-top: 1px solid #000;
    background: #fff;
    z-index: 1;
}

JS:

var $win = $(window);

function checkScroll() {
    if ($win.scrollTop() > 100) {
        $win.off('scroll', checkScroll);
        $('#bottomMenu').fadeIn(2000);
    }
}

$win.scroll(checkScroll);

~ Answered on 2013-04-03 21:37:45


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