In Chrome version 80, Google released a new feature that makes use of the URL parameter to scroll and highlight a certain part of a web page. It's called scroll to text fragment, and it's currently only implemented in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. Safari and Firefox may implement it in the future.
Have you noticed that when you click on a Google search result, Chrome sometimes automatically scroll into a part of the web page and highlight it?
In Chrome version 80, Google released a new feature that makes use of the URL parameter to scroll and highlight a certain part of a web page. It’s called scroll to text fragment, and it’s currently only implemented in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. Safari and Firefox may implement it in the future.
In June, Google started implementing this new feature by modifying the URL returned by search engines with a new parameter. This parameter enables browsers to scroll and highlight specific content on a web page.
Browsers have always been able to scroll into anchor elements with name attributes or any DOM elements with ids. However, anchors and ids only allow scrolling into limited parts of the page. Not all parts of web documents are addressable by named anchors or element ids.
I got curious about how this feature works, and I’m sharing what I find in this post.
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