On Wed, 25 Mar 2015 21:31:51 +0100, Jonas Sicking <jo...@sicking.cc> wrote:

Is this really something we should tie to the pushState/replaceState API?

It seems like websites that lazily add more content as the user scroll
down, like the facebook feed or twitter feed, might not use
pushState/replaceState, but would still like to handle restoring
scroll position themselves.

Yeah... also consider navigating back and forth between two different sites/apps, without navigating within each site/app. Should they be able to turn off scroll restore?

Is this something that should be toggled on a per-page basis or on a per-navigation basis? If per-page, is it enough to just be able to turn it off (i.e. not turn it on again)?


history.restoreScroll = false;



Simon Pieters
Opera Software

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