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How do I stop my header from fading in Word?

In Word>Preferences>View, check All in the Show Non-printing characters section. Then you can see the anchors for each logo. Drag the anchor to the paragraph it's supposed to be beside, then the logo will move with the paragraph.

If you missed the beginning of the series, I recommend you check it out, do you know when you're scrolling down a page and these things are slowly fading in? Well, we're going to do that in this article and see how we can do it because intersection watchers are pretty much perfect for this. So let's look at it. (Beeping) Before we get into the content of this article, I just want to say a big thank you to Skillshare for sponsoring this article.

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Many thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring this article. Now we come to what we came here for. Before we get started I just want to say that I am still working on a file that I started last week that I did the navigation in.

So when I get into the JavaScript, if you haven't seen this article, you will see some JavaScript, that's already in there, but I'm not really touching it. But just if you ask why is all this code already there? This is from the last article where we change the navigation as we scroll. You can check out the article if you want.

And if you haven't seen my original article introducing the intersection watcher, I really go into the details of how these work, while in this article I somehow get it working if you want more information and understanding about how these intersection watchers are in the various t things , I do this, set it up. I really recommend checking out the first article. So if you followed the last article it is the same in this case.

There's a link below to the startup files as well as the finished files. Both are GitHub repos, so you can either join what I'm doing here and craft the ones if you ever get stuck or something. You can go in there and have a look.

So let's take a quick look at the markup to see how I set that up a bit. So you can see that I have three columns here. Those are those three columns right there.

I have a fade-in class for that. We'll start with that and then look at how we can bring those things in too. Because we're actually going to do it in what I think is a clever way that everything works with a single class, so we can use the same observer for everyone, which is kind of cool.

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So, here we come to my file, and these are all of my columns. So here I'm just going to add just in an overlay. And we'll start with these with an opacity of zero.

And we'll add a transition to the opacity. Opacity of, say, 250 milliseconds. Transition, you need the I. have there, transition.

And we'll make it easier. And then we're going to use a class called appear. So if we have an overlay with a class of appear on it, it'll get an opacity of one.

So if I save that, whoop ! You can see that they just disappeared. So perfect, we know everything is working. So when I get here to my observers, I'll create our new observers.

So I'll just, let's get to the top of here. I'm just going to turn off the carriage return for a second to make it a bit cleaner. So here we can make our const, let's call these faders, because a better word is missing.

So to be a document querySelector. In this case we want to do a querySelectorAll because we will have several, it is not just one element, and that is all that the unhide class has. So everything with the class of fading in, let's turn the line break back on, because we're there.

So, let's go. Anything with the fade-in class we call it a fader. So let's save that.

So let's come down and write our observer for So for this observer I call it appearOnScroll because I think this name makes a lot of sense. And appearOnScroll will be a new IntersectionObserver. And again, we need a function, and we want around too to have our options there too.

In our function we will look for our entries and want to appear on the scroll page. And now we can come in and write our real function here. So this works, but you see we get an error message because the options are not defined.

So let's set up these options right away. Const, and I'll name them, we'll call them appearOptions.So const appearOptions will be the same, and we're not going to do anything for the time being, but let's come back and add something a little later.

So in our appearance OnScroll here, inside our function now, what do we want to do in our function? Well, we want to do like last time, and what we're going to be doing with it all the time, is our entries for each and set it up a single entry for each, and then another function so we can call our error function. And in in this case it is really important to do so, where we say if it is wrong that the entry.is is the intersection.

So if you remember from the last one, the very first article I watched when we were examining this, whether it intersects or not, the intersection viewer will trigger as soon as the page loads, if it does and we have a function here that toggles a class on and off, that will be a problem, or in this case just toggle a class on and off. But that's going to be a problem because she's turning the class on everywhere, and we won't see what it actually does. The first thing we have to do is say if it doesn't intersect the side, we want to go back, let's get out of here.

So, back. This function is done. Don't look at anything else.

But if it overlaps the page, now we can actually do something. So in this case, we can set our entry.target.classlist.add, and we want to appear because that was the class we just created.

And the other thing we have to do at the same time is appear while scrolling to go back to our actual function here that we created, or even our intersection observer that we created here, and we will unobserve (entry.target) So if you're not sure why I'm doing this, you can check out the first article I made too, but it's pretty much just saying stop watching something when you've done your job . So everything is in its place, but now let's actually get it working.

To do that we have to come down. I don't do it like we did with our navigation here. Because when we did that, we were only observing one thing.

We watched the first part of our page here, a and notice where that was, but in this case we're going to look at all three of those columns, plus we'll end up using the same thing to look at those too, so if we do What we need to do is first our faders, for which we have already set up our constants. So faders. We'll do a forEach on the faders. or we don't want it to run, we want to set it up to watch that single fader.

Now when I hit save check this out they all came in. So let's scroll back to the top of the page, hit update. Well we might run into a bit, we are going to run into a problem here.

Because when I scroll down, do I see them pop in right away? Let's do that all over again. I scroll up and down the page. Once they get there, they're already there.

They fade in super, super fast. So let's use our appearing options here. So I'm going to use two different options here.

One of which is that we're going to do my Threshold.Threshold. I want to make sure that the whole image or column is on the page, whatever I fade in, I want it to show before I fade in.

So let's leave that there, not a semicolon. So let's just hit save like that. Oops.

Scroll up and update. So now when I get here you can see that they haven't popped up yet. Then they fade in.

So only when the whole thing is visible, they are faded in. That’s a good thing. But I think we could use a rootMargin here too, in which case we're looking at the bottom so it would be zero pixels, zero pixels.

The lower one, say, 200 pixels. Negative 200 and zero pixels. So let's scroll back up and I'll save my JavaScript file here.

And now, when we scroll down, we don't just need the whole thing on the screen, but it has to be pretty far in the screen. I think I overdid it there, but now they're fading in. So I guess I can probably make this a little smaller, maybe negative e 100.

Something like that. So, fade in as soon as we're 100 pixels. And I think this will work a little better.

Let's just do it Try it once. The whole thing is there, they have 100 pixels from below, and then they fade in. Perfect! So this works really, really well.

Now let's set this up to work too, so these things slide in here. So the first thing I'll have to dois come back to my CSS and come down here. So I already have my from-left and from-right.

So that's all on the left I have a class of left-on, one of the on the right, I have a right-of-hand. I was a little lazy. I set up the grid columns, I set them up on a grid and used the grid columns specifically for these, which I'm not sure I would do that I want to do it that way.

Whatever, it's for a quick demo, I think it works. So with everything that is on the left, we also want to transform translateX. And let's postpone it 50% like this.

And I'm going to take the same thing but if it's on the right side, in positive 50%. Let's save that. And you can see they are undressed.

Now it causes some side scrolling. We'll fix that in a little while. But it moves to the sides like that.

And then for either of them, so for mine by, whoops, spell things right? From, scroll down a little, from-left, let's say my from-left and actually mine from-right, from-right, we're going to set up for both, we want it to have a transition, for now I'll just be set to transform so we can see how it works, and then we'll add opacity after transition like that, and if both of them, let's just copy that, when both of them get the class of appear on it, they'll be a transform of translateX of Get zero. So they'll go back to their normal place. So with all of the setup we need to do now is actually watch it and get it working.

Just very quickly now what I did was when we came and they looked at us I did two things on it. I've given them by-right and by-le ft what they're positioning, but I've given them all the class of interposing just because that way we can set up an observer for all of them at once. So let's turn the word wrap off for a second I got my faders.

I'll add one more here. We call it slider. So document.querySelectorAll.

And in this case we're looking for anything with a class of slide-ins on it. So we saved everything with a slide-in class right there. Now we can actually use this and say sliders.forEach (slider => {appearOnScroll.observe (slider); and it should have the same effect.

And it doesn't work. And there's a really good reason why it actually doesn't work. And it's because the viewer is looking for anything that crosses the page, but I said the whole thing has to be in view, and that actually causes a problem because they're not quite in view at the moment actually sticks out on the sides.

So we could either play with our left and right mar gins on it and make it positive to be much bigger, which is an option, or I could bring the threshold down to zero Setting zero, you can see it actually works now go down, these items are slowly becoming visible.There is also side scrolling issue which in this case probably if you really wanted to set it up that way, in my opinion the easiest way to fix it would be come over to the body here and say the overflow-x, is it x? Yes, it is hidden. So if we do, and let's scroll all the way to the top, and it was supposed to fix this, come in like this, and then you can see them slide in like this from left and right.

And we don't have side scrolling which is convenient. So I guess I'll leave it that way. But, we're going to want to do two more things.

First, I'm going to make it so that it is actually restored, maybe to 250 pixels, just because the threshold is so low. So let's actually come back here and update it and let's go. So I think this will work a little better.

The other benefit of this is if your threshold is one and you have something really long that you fade in for some reason, it probably wouldn't. But when that happens, it will never come in. If it's longer than the viewport, it just can't hit the threshold of one.

So this might be a safer option too, mistakes that I think can happen to anyone. So it works, but obviously it looks weird for them to stand on the side and come in. So I guess the other thing we have to do is left and right, we're also going to start with zero opacity.

And the opacity becomes one. Opacity of one. But that means we have to change that too.

So here, let's say the opacity is, let's make it a little faster, 250 milliseconds, easy-in. And so we can have the two of them there. And actually just to make it.

So we're making a transition for both the opacity as well as for our Transform property, so if we look at it now we will refresh my page, if we scroll down it will show that. Then we come here, it fades in and at the same time slides into view, just attracts a little bit of attention. That was okay, that was cool, please don't overdo it when you do this.

Most of all we learn new effects and they are like, whoa, that's cool, and then everything on the page is just flying, no please. Use it for a bit to get attention, a bit more here or there, that's fine. That's cool.

But when you're really starting to do it, be really careful, note that people don't always like a lot of animation. People may prefer reduced animation, things like that, so just give it a try and take into account that all of these things aren't flying around because even a normal person won't like that and you will get rid of all hell. (chuckles) It's a cool thing, but don't overdo it.

But yeah I think not only was it a cool thing, it's a good thing y to learn how intersection watchers work. I hope you enjoyed that. If you liked the article, please let me know in the comments below.

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So we're going to continue that exploration in the article next week, where we're going to be looking at lazy loading of images, which is probably the best thing to be honest to use. It has a huge benefit to the user just because you are on the phone and you don't want to mess with all of the data that you don't need to use. But it also boosts your eyesight performance, which Google likes and is a good idea in general as well.

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So if you really want to use one, you don't want those effects going on, this is a really good reason. We'll be watching that in the article next week. So I'm really looking forward to it, but until then don't forget to make your corner of the internet a little nicer.

How to fix word document header missing or gets disappears?

Now, click on the Display tab from the left panel. In this step, you should uncheck the option next to Show White Space Between Pages in Page Layout View. Finally, click on the OK button to remove white space from Word document. How to Fix Word Document Header Missing?

How can I get the header and footer back in word?

Step 1: Place your pointer onto the line between two pages, and double-click. This will separate the pages and show the white space. That’s it. You can now get the missing header and footer area back in your Word document.

How do you hide the header in word?

Hover the mouse over the top or bottom edge of any page until Word displays the white space arrows. Then, double-click the edge and Word will hide the header (and footer) and the white space.

Why are my header and footer not showing?

When I click on add header the words I typed are there but when I open the document they do not show. I dont know what to do. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Your header and footer are still there.

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