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  1. Thanks, Zach. I'm using the class in the code, not the id. I know id's have to be unique. I'm not a complete idiot, just when it comes to js I'll have to try the .getBoundingClientRect().top. Thank you.
  2. Hi Zach, Thank you for replying. I changed it to querySelectorAll, so it is indeed firing for both now. But, it's using the first instance of ".scroll-container" instead of the second. You can see the codepen here https://codepen.io/rbkhrlstn/full/BayjPjZ. I don't know if there is another way to go about it?
  3. In several questions about smooth scrolling, there is a link to this project on codepen (https://codepen.io/osublake/pen/QqPqbN). It is amazing and awesome and just what I had spent weeks looking for. I, however, am new to javascript and would like to be able to have more than one scroll-container on the page. It would be a scroll-container, a normal section, and then another scroll container. I imagine I need to do a loop or reset, but I don't know how to do it correctly. It would be "for each .scroll-container, do the magic." Here is the site I'm trying to do this on (http://det
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