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Prevent scroll on the body when component is mounted.




React Scroll Lock

Prevent scroll on the <body /> when a component is mounted.


yarn add react-scrolllock


import ScrollLock, { TouchScrollable } from 'react-scrolllock';

class Modal extends Component {
  state = { lockScroll: false }
  render() {
    return (
        // the lock accepts a single child element, which supports touch-scrolling.

        // if your app structure doesn't allow wrapping like above, the `TouchScrollable`
        // component is exposed as a named export.
        <ScrollLock />

        // you can also toggle the lock based on some state.
        <ScrollLock isActive={this.state.lockScroll} />



accountForScrollbars booleanDefault: true -- Whether or not to replace the scrollbar width when active.
isActive booleanDefault: true -- Whether or not the lock is active.
children elementDefault: null -- This element is wrapped internally by the TouchScrollable component.


Wrap an element in the TouchScrollable component if you need an area that supports scroll on mobile.

This is necessary because the touchmove event is explicitly cancelled iOS doesn't observe overflow: hidden; when applied to the <body /> element 😢

children elementref => elementRequired The element that can be scrolled.