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function to scroll to a specific element in the page
//replace #fromA with your button/control and #toB with the target to which you wanna scroll to.
$("#fromA").click(function() {
$("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: $("#toB").offset().top }, 1500);
console.log('executed scrollToElement');
return true;
});
@danharding

Thanks, tried heaps of stuff and this is was the quickest and best solution!

@lorddarq
Owner

Glad to hear that :)

@alucardu
alucardu commented Jun 8, 2014
$("#projects").click(function (e) {
  event.preventDefault();
  $(".container-content").animate({ scrollTop: $(".content-projects").offset().top }, 1500);
});

Gives me this error

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'top' of undefined 

I have the .content-projects div inside the .container-content.

// Fixed problem

I made a small typo in my HTML doh.

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