What is offsetHeight clientHeight and scrollHeight?
clientHeight = the height of an element + the vertical padding. offsetHeight = the height of the element + the vertical padding + the top and bottom borders + the horizontal scrollbar (if it’s available).
The clientHeight property returns the viewable height of an element in pixels, including padding, but not the border, scrollbar or margin.
What is the difference between scrollHeight and clientHeight?
scrollHeight: The scrollHeight value is equal to the minimum height the element would require in order to fit all the content in the viewport without using a vertical scrollbar. clientHeight: it includes the element’s padding, but not its border, margin or horizontal scrollbar (if present).
How is clientHeight calculated?
clientHeight can be calculated as: CSS height + CSS padding – height of horizontal scrollbar (if present). When clientHeight is used on the root element (the element), (or on if the document is in quirks mode), the viewport’s height (excluding any scrollbar) is returned.
What is scrollHeight and scrollTop?
scrollWidth/scrollHeight – the width/height of the content, just like clientWidth/clientHeight , but also include scrolled-out, invisible part of the element. scrollLeft/scrollTop – width/height of the scrolled out upper part of the element, starting from its upper-left corner.
How do I get jquery clientHeight?
clientHeight can be calculated as CSS height + CSS padding – height of horizontal scrollbar (if present).
How do you get scrollHeight?
To get the height of the scroll bar the offsetHeight of div is subtracted from the clientHeight of div.
- OffsetHeight = Height of an element + Scrollbar Height.
- ClientHeight = Height of an element.
- Height of scrollbar = offsetHeight – clientHeight.
Why is scrollHeight undefined?
So when you try to get scrollHeight , you are trying to get a field from an undefined value. This is because the code in