Creating page content that sticks to the viewport as you scroll, something like a jump-to-anchor menu or section headings, has never been easier. Throw a
position: sticky into your CSS ruleset, set the directional offset (e.g.
top: 0) and you’re ready to impress your teammates with minimal effort. Check out this CSS-Tricks article to see some real fancy sticky positioning use cases.
But sticky positioning can get a bit tricky, particularly when it comes to height and the dangerous … Read article “A Dynamically-Sized Sticky Sidebar with HTML and CSS”