You can view my CodePen of the issue I'm having here: [url removed, login to view]
So you'll see that when you click on one of the 3 nav buttons the content rotates to a different position. What's actually happening here is that the entire page (html & body elements, and all children) are actually changing position to the right/left.
Here's the script that I'm using to accomplish that:
var $anchor = $(this);
scrollLeft: $($[url removed, login to view]('href')).offset().left
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Basically, I want the 4th line to be
but this doesn't work for me..
This would almost be perfect if I could target the div with class="who-what-where-wrap" to scroll/offset around rather than the body & html elements, (as found in the 4th line of the script) which is the wrapper to the content of my 3 tabs. I need this to be fixed with a combination of CSS & JS, directly inside of a forked CodePen. It's vital that no content moves at all aside from what's in '.who-what-where-wrap', so this means that '#top-wrap' as well as '#footer' are not moving with the page.
For this project it is very important that you understand what exactly I'm asking for before applying - reply back with your favorite food so that I know you've read this, otherwise I won't read your response.
The title of this is pretty inaccurate - this is a jQuery issue though
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PIZZA I read your posting. As a well informed senior web developer, I am very interested in your job. I have enough skill and experience for that job. So, can fix it within 30 min.