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Doc Bug #77036 smooth scroll animation/effect is forced upon php.net documentation users
Submitted: 2018-10-19 05:31 UTC Modified: -
From: elan7aad10 at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Open Package: Website problem
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 [2018-10-19 05:31 UTC] elan7aad10 at gmail dot com
Description:
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on pages like function specification etc, arguments are clickable links

Currently, site uses jquery to perform a smooth scroll to the respective section, when such link is clicked.

Problems:

1) There's no any fallback mechanism in place!

This means, that you cannot disable javascript to avoid experiencing animation/effect - because then such links will not work.

These links SHOULD be made standard A elements, linking to the respective section, using standard mechanism (i.e. <A href="#arg1">$str</A> ... <A name="arg1"/>$str - .....)

So that users could at least opt for disabling javascript.

2) In fact, using framework for smooth scroll is outdated
Smooth scroll is a built in option in modern browsers.
So, actually, the standard anchor is ALL that is needed, and the jquery scroll SHOULD be removed altogether.



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