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JavaScript

Vertical scrolling

I saw this vertical scrolling and I was wondering if you know another JS gallery that can achieve this same effect (see http://www.hotelstyle.biz/lookbook) rather than the one they are using which is scripterlative. Thanks a LOT!

2 Answers

I'm guessing you are more interested in the parallax scrolling technique that they are using. Here are some tutorials: http://f6design.com/journal/2011/08/06/build-a-parallax-scrolling-website-interface-with-jquery-and-css/ http://ianlunn.co.uk/articles/recreate-nikebetterworld-parallax/ http://www.richardshepherd.com/smashing/parallax/background.html If you are actually more focused on how to the the vertical scrolling, it can easily be accomplished using jquery.smooth-scroll.js, then you call it like this: $('ul.nav a').smoothScroll(); and you have the HTML <a> link target a div on the page that you want to scroll to. Hope that helps.

I actually wanted to know how the do the scrolling with the 2 sections