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Posted on 2014-10-10
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Hello Experts,

Sticky sidebar.....

The sidebar is on the right hand side. I am using the offset.top in order to stop the sidebar from scrolling when it reaches 300 pixels from the top. It works fine and everything is sweet :-)

The problem starts when the user resize the window.

When the user resize the window and the window width is smaller than 990 pixels I need to removed the "fixed" class. Also when the user resize the window and the window width is greater than 990 pixels I need to add the "fixed" class back.

For some reason when I resize the window below 990 pixels and I start to scroll down ...the "fixed" class is being applied though the the first condition in the jQuery code below should execute only if the window is greater than 990 pixels.

Can someone please have a look? code below.....

if ( $(window).width() > 990) { // only if the window is over 990 pixels
		var offset = $('.sticky').offset();
		var sidebarWidth = $(".sidebar").width(); // setting the sidebar width when fixed class applied
		$(window).scroll(function() {
			if(window.scrollY >= offset.top + 300) {
				$('.sticky').addClass('fixed').width(sidebarWidth);					
			} else {		
				$('.sticky').removeClass('fixed');
			}
		});
}
			
$(window).resize(function() {
	if ( $(window).width() < 990) { // only if the window is less than 990 pixels
		$('.sticky').removeClass("fixed"); // removing the fixed class
	} else {
		$('.sticky').addClass('fixed').width(sidebarWidth);
	}
});

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<div class="sidebar>
     <div class="sticky">
      Sidebar content
    </div>
</div>

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Question by:Refael
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Expert Comment

by:Gary
ID: 40374138
You're making it rather complicated

jQuery
$(window).scroll(function() {
    console.log(window.scrollY)
	if(window.scrollY >= 300) {
		$('.sticky').addClass('fixed')
	} else {		
		$('.sticky').removeClass('fixed');
	}
});

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CSS
.fixed {
position:fixed;
top:0
}

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Author Comment

by:Refael
ID: 40374150
Gary, Hi

Where is the window width conditional statement? The class "fixed" should apply only when the window size is greater than 990 pixels.
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Expert Comment

by:Gary
ID: 40374160
if ( $(window).width() > 990) {
$(window).scroll(function() {
    console.log(window.scrollY)
	if(window.scrollY >= 300) {
		$('.sticky').addClass('fixed')
	} else {		
		$('.sticky').removeClass('fixed');
	}
});
});

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Author Comment

by:Refael
ID: 40374163
Gary, Thanks again....

Did you read my post? It looks like you are missing the issue. What happened the the user resize the window smaller than 990 pixels and then resize it back to a grater than 990 pixels?
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Gary earned 500 total points
ID: 40374170
$(window).scroll(function() {
if ( $(window).width() > 990) {
	if(window.scrollY >= 300) {
		$('.sticky').addClass('fixed')
	} else {		
		$('.sticky').removeClass('fixed');
	}
    }
    else
{
$('.sticky').removeClass('fixed');
}
});

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Author Closing Comment

by:Refael
ID: 40374195
Thank you Gary!!!

So i should have used the window-width conduction after the scroll function!
I only made the code complicated because it did not work right :-) Yet, thank you for simplifying the code as well.
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