New UIkitter Tip: Add scroll and offset directly to an element

Even though UIkit has a Scroll stack, sometimes you want to add scroll directly to an element, perhaps adding some offset at the same time. This is an easy way to do it using the native UIkit classes, no custom css here ;-)

You’ll find the details on the UIkitter tips page.


Nice tip Steve. In fact we can use many attributes in there, like open / close a Modal or an Offset, adding a Tooltip…and all these together if needed. It’s like the already available Integrations option but hard-coded to the component.

This will be a nice addition to the package in general, adding to the advanced options of the stacks and one that I plan to add to many components, starting with the Button in the next upcoming update.

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