At times on your app or website, you may need to assist users with long screens or pages by setting up auto scrolling. When a user taps or clicks an area, the page or screen will scroll to a set location (called an anchor). In this video, you’ll see how to set up scrolling to an anchor on a screen that requires scrolling.
- [Voiceover] So I wanted to sneak this in here,…just because I think it's really super useful,…but we can actually make it so,…if somebody taps on a hot spot,…it scrolls to a certain area of the screen.…So if we had these, look at all the stuff we're trying…to order here, if somebody tapped on sauce,…we can have it scroll to the top up here,…so they can see all of the sauce options, for instance.…So that's what we're gonna do.…So come to the order screen,…click on edit, the button there,…and we're going to make a hot spot for sauce.…
So if you make a hot spot there, don't make it too big.…There we go.…Don't forget you can always re-size it, move it around.…Now we're gonna do, is we're gonna say,…"let's scroll to a specific anchor spot."…So if you come down here,…you're gonna see scroll to anchor.…Click on that.…We're not gonna go to a screen,…we're gonna say "let's scroll to a certain place."…Now it's going to take wherever you set this,…notice how I'm moving my cursor here,…wherever we set this dotted line,…that's going to scroll up to the very top.…
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