The ease-of-use is pretty spot on. The documentation is clear, albeit the part about importing into WP made me nervous as I was under the assumption that was just for WP content pertaining to a theme.
I skipped that part but everything else allowed me to start moving elements around on a portfolio page I'm working on.
The more you play with it the more things should make sense. I haven't figured out yet how to make loaded elements disappear if I continue scrolling but this isn't a big deal yet or at all a deal breaker. I'll get there or ask for help if and when I need this to happen I still haven't figured it out.
I've long wanted to do this effect and my theme's parallax never worked the way I wanted it to nor did it allow for loading things sequentially based on the user scrolling the page.
I did have to go into my WP Bakery settings to get the scroll magic items to show up but that was intuitive because I saw in the documentation it could be added.
Amazing work and thanks for making this a plug-in, affordable and the documentation!
Just bought the plug-in and like it so far. Just wondering if it's possible for an SVG image to stay fixed on the screen after the scrolling animation has finished? I want to create a group of SVGs which animate at different times but eventually end up on the screen together. At the moment once they've finished animating they just head upwards off the screen rather than staying in a fixed position to be joined by other images.
I'm sure there is a setting to do this, but after 6 hours of playing around I can't seem to find it!
Any help appreciated :)
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