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A lightweight Vue.js plugin that allows you to scroll an element into view with just a single line of code.





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vue-scroll-into-view is a simple Vue.js plugin that provides a convenient way to scroll an element into view with just a single line of code. Whether you have a long page with many sections, or you need to navigate to a specific part of the page, this plugin makes it easy to do so.


Scrolls an element into the visible area of the browser window Supports scrolling to an element by $refs, selector, VNode, or HTMLElement Allows for customization of scroll options, such as animation and alignment Easy to install and use in your Vue.js 2 or 3 project

Usage Examples

Inside your code you can do something like this:

Basic usage

    <h1>Hello World</h1>

    <table ref="table">
      <!-- long content -->

    <button @click="nextPage"> Next </button>

export default {
  methods: {
    nextPage() {

      // await requestNextPage();
      // scroll to top of the table
      this.$scrollIntoView(this.$refs.table); // refs or VNodes
      this.$scrollIntoView('div > table'); // CSS Selectors



npm install vue-plugin-scroll-into-view


yarn add --dev vue-plugin-scroll-into-view

Adding to your project


import Vue from 'vue';
import VueScrollIntoView from 'vue-plugin-scroll-into-view';



this.$scrollIntoView(ref, options);

| Option | Type | Description | Default value | |----------------------------|---------|----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------| | behavior | String | Defines the transition animation. One of "auto" or "smooth". | "auto" | | block | String | Defines vertical alignment. One of "start", "center", "end", or "nearest". | "start" | | inline | String | Defines horizontal alignment. One of "start", "center", "end", or "nearest". | "nearest" | | scrollMode | String | Defines the scrolling mode. One of "always", "if-needed", or "never". | "always" | | skipOverflowHiddenElements | Boolean | Whether to skip scrolling the ancestor elements with overflow: hidden. | false | | allowHorizontalScroll | Boolean | Whether to allow horizontal scrolling if the element is wider than the viewport. | false | | force | Boolean | Whether to always scroll the element, even if it's already in view. | false |

Options example

This will scroll the element with the ID my-section into view with default scroll options. You can also pass in custom scroll options if desired:

this.$scrollIntoView('#my-section', { behavior: 'smooth', block: 'center' });


The code is available under the MIT license.


We are open to contributions, see for more info.

You need at least Node 18 to build the project