No, by far the best way to jump to the top or bottom of a Web page is by tapping your Home or End key, respectively. This works in Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer (and probably every other browser as well–those are just the ones I’ve tested).
To use you just need to press CTRL+ Left click of your mouse and drag the mouse a bit in the direction you want to scroll the page. For example, if you want to scroll up to the page automatically, click CTRL+ left click and slightly move your mouse upwards, the tool will start scrolling up the page.
Why can’t I scroll down very far on Facebook?
To fix the Facebook feed scrolling problem you should first try clearing cache. Otherwise you should try disabling any web browser extensions one by one and seeing if that’s what’s causing the issue.
How do you scroll down a page without a scrollbar?
To hide the scrollbar and disable scrolling, we can use the CSS overflow property. This property determines what to do with content that extends beyond the boundaries of its container. To prevent scrolling with this property, just apply the rule overflow: hidden to the body (for the entire page) or a container element.
How do I scroll all the way down on a page?
First, use your mouse to click anywhere on the page you’d like to read; this lets the computer know where you are reading. Then, tap the down arrow just once to scroll down a little bit at a time. If you hold the arrow down, you’ll scroll all the way down to the bottom and may miss all the information in the middle.
How do I make my screen scroll automatically?
Open the Activities overview and start typing Mouse & Touchpad. Click on Mouse & Touchpad to open the panel. In the Touchpad section, make sure the Touchpad switch is set to on. Switch the Two-finger Scrolling switch to on.
How do you continuously scroll?
How to scroll continuously. To use auto-scrolling, click the scroll wheel by pushing in on the wheel on a blank or empty portion of the screen. Once clicked, one of the three scrolling cursor icons (shown to the right) are shown, depending on the program you’re using.