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A thin component wrapper around scroll-into-view-if-needed




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A thin react component wrapper bundled with the fantastic scroll-into-view-if-needed ponyfill.


yarn add react-scroll-into-view-if-needed


npm install react-scroll-into-view-if-needed --save


import ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded from 'react-scroll-into-view-if-needed';

const MyComponent = () => (
  <div style={{ paddingTop: 2000 }}>


Each prop is described in detail below, but for a quicker reference - check out the propTypes object in src.


Type: object Default: { behavior: 'smooth', scrollMode: 'if-needed' }

Full list of options are described here

<ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded options={{
  scrollMode: 'always',


Type: boolean Default: true

The active prop allows controll of when to scroll to the component. By default, it will attempt to scroll as soon as it is mounted, but you can set this prop to manually control when to trigger the scroll behavior from the parent component.

class Example extends React.PureComponent {
  constructor(props) {
    this.state = { active: false };

  handleScrollToggle = () => this.setState({ active: ! });

  render() {
    const { active } = this.state;

    return (
        <button onClick={this.handleScrollToggle}>Scroll</button>
        <div style={{ paddingTop: 2000 }}>
          <ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded active={active}>


Type: string Default: 'div'

Set the wrapper component type. For example, this could also be 'footer', 'button', etc... See the React createElement api.

<ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded elementType="span">

className, id, etc

You can also pass normal element attributes like className to the component.

<ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded elementType="span" className={styles.something}>

Standalone Version

The standalone version does not come bundled with scroll-into-view-if-needed. Use this version if you'd like to maintain your own dependency, or if you're already using scroll-into-view-if-needed in other areas of your project.

ES version:

import ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded from 'react-scroll-into-view-if-needed/dist/es/standalone.js'

UMD version:

import ScrollIntoViewIfNeeded from 'react-scroll-into-view-if-needed/dist/umd/standalone.js'

Upgrading from v1

This project has been updated along with scroll-into-view-if-needed and accepts the same options. Check out the migration guide over there!