I was trying to provide a solution to the peer-review comments of my issue
MDL-70230, when I faced a problem on positioning the user to a certain row to the page admin/tool/task/scheduledtasks.php, pointing to certain scheduled task row.
The current style from them/boost/style/moodle.css for positioning the user to a certain part of a page consists of the following CSS:
/* Anchor link offset fix. This makes hash links scroll 60px down to account for the fixed header. */
This style adds content, made invisible, that does not work on all scenarios. In my case, if I add the id attribute to a <tr> tag, the added content is interpreted by the browser as the first cell (virtually the first <td> position), moving the real content one column to the right (see the screenshot on the attachments section).
I found a site with a solution that faces the problem of positioning the expected content to the user, below the fixed header, in a different approach: moving the scroll.
I will add it as a custom style for the
MDL-70230, but I propose here to adopt this CSS, I think, equivalent to the above CSS style:
/* Anchor link offset fix. This makes hash links scroll 60px down to account for the fixed header */
This worked for me. I can imagine that the whole CSS style for the :target::before was the result of a tough research and a lot of QA testing. Maybe I'm not considering important things. Please, debate on this issue any relevant aspect that I missed.