This is a jQuery scroll-jacking to us plugin, which means that the browser’s native scroll is deactivated in order to offer targeted scrolling that moves you to the next vertical point on the screen, once it is initiated by your mouse wheel or touchpad. Alton supports three different types of functions known as Standard, Hero and Bookend. Standard lets you use full page scrolling with every section of 100% height. The next section or the previous section is pushed up-front by the scroll. Hero lets you scroll jack only the Hero section along with the rest of the page. Bookend, as the name suggests gives you the possibility of creating a bookend style experience.
This is a popular jquery plugin that comes with an extensive list of features. With ScrollMagic, you can create amazing scroll effects and animate based on the scroll position. It is possible to move, fix or animate HTML elements while you scroll, for the lenght of time you want. In addition, it is possible to add parallax effects to your websites without hassle. ScrollMagic supports many customization options and it is a lightweight solution. In addition, it offers great documentation and resources.
From the same creator of pagePiling.js, multiscroll is a plugin that allows you to create effects in which each section loads in two separate parts that slide into place as the page loads. You can check out the homepage to find out how it looks like on the browser. With multiScroll.js, you can set the scrolling speed, keyboard scrolling option, easing and many other options. This lets you customize the effect to achieve the exact result that you expect.
This is a jQuery plugin that lets you add parallax scrolling effects easily. In order to use it, first you need to run the $.stellar() function. It is possible to configure animation settings for individual elements using data attributes on that element. Stellar also allows you to have parallax backgrounds, which re-position on scroll. Offsets is a practical feature supported by Stellar.js. This ensures that all elements go back to their original position once their offset parent finds the edge of the screen-plus or minus your own optional offset, letting you create complex parallax patterns without complications.