A little google search tells me this can be fixed by adding this tag to the pages header:. Demonstrates a better solution for hiding the browser address bar on the iPhone and other mobile browsers. Generally if anyone figures out how to hide it then spam websites start abusing it and then Apple change it. ios) || (Browser. This can include the application having a different window, its own icon in the application launcher , etc. addEventListener("load",function() { // Set a timeout setTimeout(function(){ // Hide the address bar! window. Platform. With either 320 or 480 pixels available to the viewport, 44 of which are reserved for the bottom toolbar, it's necessary to maxamize every  You can do this by adding a meta tag to the pages header, and having the user add the webpage to their home screen. Chances are if you figure out how to do it, the next iOS version will break  When trying to use a 100vh CSS value to build a new interface for a game that would use the full viewport, I discovered that this full height value meant the bottom of the game interface was partialy hidden behind the browser buttons bar or below the “fold” of some mobile browsers. However the minimal-ui viewport property was no longer supported in iOS 8 and I had to invent my own solution for this problem in the Slide Show 4  Safari has flip-flopped on how hiding the address bar works in pretty much every iOS update since iOS 6 that I can remember. This usually removes the address bar, but not with Jotform. In this mode, the user agent will exclude UI elements for controlling navigation, but can include other UI elements such as a status bar. A helper function to toggle a help tip // about how to hide Safari address bar when it's visible // Monitors only landscape mode and works on Safari on iOS 8+ // var attachMobileSafariAddressBarHelpTip = function (target) { var $target = $(target); $target. > . Advanced Member; fkkcloud; Members; 3; 46 posts; @https://twitter. tooltip({ title: 'Scroll up to hide Safari address bar', trigger: 'manual',  The "minimal-ui" part, make the url bar hide when you scroll down and show again when you scroll up a little bit (at least in chrome for Android and iOS Safari) . fkkcloud 3. Not only can you hide Safari's “Frequently Visited Sites” feature, you can also change the way newly opened tabs  Mar 30, 2011 Platform. Then when launched from the home screen the address bar will be gone. android)) { //For iPhone and Andriod To remove Address bar when viewing website on Safari Mobile // When ready window. com/Fkkcloud · Report post · Posted March 8, 2016. Is there a way to have Safari Browser's "Add to Home Screen" work with custom button? @fillmoreb  With minimal-ui viewport property in iOS 7 it was easy to hide the address-bar and menu-bar on an iPhone while the Slide Show 4 skin did display the slides. webos) || (Browser. My problem is that i want to hide the url bar when you scroll down on mobile devices (i think it use a lot of space) but only it works when the content  May 16, 2016 The application will look and feel like a standalone application. While the iPhone packs a lot of resolution into its relatively small screen, the address bar consumes about 60 pixels of real estate by default when a page is loaded in MobileSafari. scrollTo(0  Feb 28, 2017 I want to use my form as a lead kiosk at an event, and have made my form and added it to my iOS home screen as a web-app. Aug 22, 2016 If you've ever been miffed that iOS reveals your “frequently visited” websites whenever you tap Safari's address bar, good news: that's one of several Safari options that you can easily change