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Joseph Hall10,865 Points
What is this parallax design paradigm called?
I want to make a parallax website, but I'm struggling to find a library for these things. See what is circled in red. What are those called, and is there a parallax library for them?
Steven Parker224,936 Points
What you highlighted doesn't appear to be anything directly associated with parallax design. Those are "navigation buttons" that are usually connected to a "slider" or "carousel" display. They remain at a specific location on the window by using the
position: fixed CSS property.
While these can be coded directly, they are common features of front-end frameworks. I strongly suspect that a front-end framework is used by the site in your screenshot.