I have one test case I need to check the scroll position. If I click the url on the page, it will scroll down to the bottom of the page.
After looking into this interesting feature, here is the code I use in different browsers.
Before clicking the url, the value will be 0. After clicking the url , the value will be different.
public long GetScrollPosition()
return (long)executor.ExecuteScript("return window.pageYOffset;");