How do I scroll with an iframe to the bottom?

3 Answers

  1. $(window). load(function () { var $contents = $(‘#frame’). contents(); $contents. scrollTop($contents.
  2. $(function () { var $mydiv = $(‘#mydiv’); $mydiv. scrollTop($mydiv. height()); });
  3. $(window). load(function () { setTimeout(function () { var $contents = $(‘#frame’). contents(); $contents.

Can you scroll an iframe?

ScrollTo(x,y) on that page once it’s loaded. Then the only thing you need to do is have a frame or an iframe bring up this website. There are a lot of other ways to do it, this is by far the most simplified way to do it. *note the height must be large to accommodate the scroll bars maximum value.

How do you make an iframe scroll on a page?

There a one or two ways to do this:

  1. You need to know the content height of the page that was loaded into the iframe and adjust the iframe correspondently.
  2. Fill up the iframe inside the content div.
  3. Hide the scroll bar in the iframe, but detect scroll somehow.

How do I create an auto scroll in HTML?

The first one is with javascript: set the scrollTop property of the scrollable element (e.g. document. body. scrollTop = 1000; ). The second is setting the link to point to a specific id in the page e.g.

How we can add scrolling in iframe tag?

Typically, do add scrolling, you’d set the attribute in an IFrame tag to AUTO. If you’ve tried that, to no avail, don’t give up. The CSS on an embedded form is set to not show scrollbars; the body tag is set with the class of “embed,” which forces an overflow: hidden.

How do I make my iframe not scroll?

Just add the scrolling=”no” attribute to your iframe.

How do I scroll to the bottom of the page?

No, by far the best way to jump to the top or bottom of a Web page is by tapping your Home or End key, respectively. This works in Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer (and probably every other browser as well–those are just the ones I’ve tested).

Is scrolling attribute supported in HTML5?

HTML scrolling attribute supports iframe and frame elements. Where ElementName is any supported element….Value.

Values Description
yes Scrollbar is shown always.
no Scrollbar never showed.
auto If the height of the content exceeds the height of the frame or iframe, a scrollbar should be shown.

How do I turn off iframe overflow?

Use overflow-y:hidden; then the vertical scroll will be hidden.

Does have scrollbars if not needed?

@bsm It seems that it’s common among all browsers (I didn’t test IE actually) that they don’t show the scrollbars for an ` ´ if they aren’t needed. – insertusernamehere Aug 21 ’13 at 11:03 Okay.I am testing it in Firefox. – bsm Aug 21 ’13 at 11:10 @vapcguy Well, actually it does. Tested it using the demo link.

How do I know if an iframe is ready?

If you have access to the source code of the iframe contents, one easy trick is to add an   (or the last line of your content) (not sure if you really need anything in the tag). If the current document is ready, this means that the DOM is ready, but the document inside the iframe has to be loaded too.

How to access the contents of an iframe using jQuery?

With jQuery you need to use .contents () to access whatever’s inside the iframe. You also need to use either the window load event, or the iframe’s document ready event. I would recommend going back to the div structure you mentioned, since it sounds like what you’re trying to do doesn’t require an iframe.