Re: Which browser's do support the sticky position?

I think the delay on speccing and implementing this cross-browser is
unfortunate. It addresses a common use-case that is usually handled
via jank-causing scroll handlers and has been received very positively
by developers. The fact that it is only available, prefixed, in Webkit
is likely to result in more mobile content that only fully works in

On 23 June 2013 14:55, irfan mir <> wrote:
> Right now it is supported when you enable experimental WebKit in
> chrome://flags in chrome and chrome canary.
> On Jun 23, 2013 8:15 AM, "Behrang Saeedzadeh" <> wrote:
>> I've seen this mentioned in many places:
>> position: -webkit-sticky; position: -moz-sticky; position: -ms-sticky;
>> position: -o-sticky; position: sticky;
>> But does any other browser, apart from WebKit based browsers, support it?
>> Cheers,
>> Behrang Saeedzadeh

Received on Tuesday, 25 June 2013 11:35:28 UTC