Cross-browser solution for CSS position: sticky '

Position sticky isn't used in all browsers yet, but I've seen some browsers use sticky position.

Is there a way to implement it in older browsers (IE 7+)?


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Here's a polyfill for that:

You can check html5please whenever you need policies and shims for new features, especially when it comes to IE.



I can't get any position of the "sticky" polyfill to work in Chrome 55. Costs for that. I know Chrome 56 coming out this month will support it natively. I am also trying to use these polyfills in an Angular app (2 or 4 meh). I am wondering if this is my problem.



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