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Description

ReactStickyHeadroom is a React component, that hides your header when you scroll down and shows it once you're scrolling up again. It's designed for best performance and can only be used if you know the height of your header component (or more precisely the amount of pixels you want StickyHeadroom to hide). This helps us avoid calculating the height ourselves and therefore browsers don't need to perform heavy Recalculate-Style-Phases. For more information read here.

Since it's using styled-components internally, it's best to use it in apps where you already have styled-components in place. The component is only compatible with styled-components v4.x.x.

The component is inspired by react-headroom.

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Programming language: JavaScript
License: MIT License
Tags: UI Components     Sticky     React     Styled-components     Header     Headroom     Scroll    

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README

ReactStickyHeadroom

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ReactStickyHeadroom is a React component, that hides your header when you scroll down and shows it once you're scrolling up again. It's designed for best performance and can only be used if you know the height of your header component (or more precisely the amount of pixels you want ReactStickyHeadroom to hide). This helps us avoid calculating the height ourselves and therefore browsers don't need to perform heavy Recalculate-Style-Phases. For more information read here.

Since it's using styled-components internally, it's best to use it in apps where you already have styled-components in place. The component is only compatible with styled-components v4.x.x.

The component is inspired by react-headroom.

Usage

A basic usage example:

render () {
  return <ReactStickyHeadroom scrollHeight={100} />
    <div style={{height: '100px', backgroundColor: 'red'}}>MyHeader</div>
  </ReactStickyHeadroom>
}

Demo

Go to https://integreat.github.io/react-sticky-headroom/ to view a demo:

Demo

API

You can pass the following props to ReactStickyHeadroom:

  • children: React.Node The header component, that should be hidden and revealed
  • scrollHeight: number The maximum amount of px the header should move up when scrolling
  • pinStart: number The minimum scrollTop position where the transform should start
  • height?: number (Optional) The height of the children node. Used for calculating the stickyTop position for a sticky ancestor in onStickyTopChanged
  • onStickyTopChanged?: (number) => void Fired, when Headroom changes its state and height is provided. Passes the calculated stickyTop position of an ancestor node.
  • positionStickyDisabled?: boolean (Optional, Default: false) If true, the header will stay static (e.g. for edge 16 support)

Edge 16 has had issues with css property position: sticky together with direction: rtl. This has been fixed in Edge 17. If you need Edge 16 as well as right-to-left support, you should use positionStickyDisabled: true, when detecting Edge 16.

Support

The component generally supports:

  • Internet Explorer 11
  • Edge >= 16
  • Chrome >= 41
  • Firefox >= 40
  • Safari >= 6.2

For hiding and revealing the header, the browser needs to support the css-property position: sticky. You can read about the browser support for that on caniuse.com. 'Partial-Support' is enough for ReactStickyHeadroom to work in most cases.

If there are any problems, please don't hesitate to open an issue on GitHub.