In Ionic 2 (now known as Ionic Framework 3 and above), you can scroll a list to a specific item by using the ion-list and ion-item components along with the scrollTo() method provided by Content or IonContent. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to achieve this:

Step 1: Set up your Ionic project and create a list Ensure you have a functional Ionic project set up and the necessary components imported. Create an ion-list with multiple ion-item elements representing your list items. Assign each item a unique identifier using the id attribute.

<ion-header> <ion-navbar> <ion-title> My List </ion-title> </ion-navbar> </ion-header> <ion-content padding> <ion-list> <ion-item id="item1"> Item 1 </ion-item> <ion-item id="item2"> Item 2 </ion-item> <ion-item id="item3"> Item 3 </ion-item> <!-- Add more items as needed --> </ion-list> </ion-content>

Step 2: Access the IonContent component in your component class In your component class (e.g., home.ts), import the necessary components and access the IonContent component using @ViewChild.

import { Component, ViewChild } from '@angular/core'; import { Content, IonicPage, NavController } from 'ionic-angular'; @IonicPage() @Component({ selector: 'page-home', templateUrl: 'home.html', }) export class HomePage { @ViewChild(Content) content: Content; constructor(public navCtrl: NavController) {} }

Step 3: Scroll to the desired item In your component class, use the scrollTo() method provided by IonContent to scroll to the desired item. You can access the item by its unique id attribute, which you assigned in Step 1.

scrollToItem(itemID: string) { const item = document.getElementById(itemID); if (item) { this.content.scrollTo(0, item.offsetTop, 500); // You can adjust the scroll duration (500ms in this example) } }

Step 4: Trigger the scroll when needed You can trigger the scroll to a specific item when a certain event occurs, such as a button click or after some other action in your app. For example, to scroll to "Item 3" when a button is clicked, add the following to your component class:

scrollToItem3() { this.scrollToItem('item3'); }

Step 5: Add the button in your template Finally, add the button in your template and call the scrollToItem3() method when the button is clicked.

<ion-content padding> <!-- ... your list here ... --> <button ion-button (click)="scrollToItem3()">Scroll to Item 3</button> </ion-content>

With these steps, you can scroll to a specific item in the list when the corresponding button is clicked. Adjust the method calls and event triggers according to your specific use case to scroll to other items as needed.

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