I'm wondering if anyone here has used the jquery plugin 'fullscreenr' with a wordpress theme before. I've noticed a weird bug that I'm sure anyone who has used this before for a wordpress build would have come across.. It's a niche problem so bear with the explanation. I'll be as succinct as possible.
Fullscreenr is a jQuery plugin that allows you to have a scalable fullscreen bg image. For reference: http://nanotux.com/blog/fullscreen/
The problem I'm having is a weird bug involving using html anchors that target a location that is near the bottom of the target page. This forces the BG to resize below the original window size. Everything looks great at first, but if the user attempts to scroll back up, the scrollbar gets 'stuck' and a good 200 pixels of the BG get stuck as well.
You can see the scalable bg working here: http://dev.citylightphilly.com/html (try zooming out and resizing the window.)
To witness the problem I'm having - click "Our Blog" (the only working link on the test page)
Normally, I would say - "oh well, if I really want the scalable BG, I just won't use anchors below a certain point on the target page." However, for a wordpress blog it becomes very necessary semantically to link directly to the #respond tag for comments, which are always at the bottom of the page!
Any thoughts? I don't know jQuery well enough to code in a workaround.. Help!