Sticky scrolling is a cool way to grab a reader’s attention as it makes your web page feel animated with various elements sticking to the forefront, then disappearing. It hasn’t yet been a year since we’ve launched the Builder’s sticky scrolling, but we’ve been receiving great feedback on it, and have noticed parallax layout sites having a bit of a resurgence as well.
To see what goes into creating a sticky scrolling layout, we’ll be breaking it all down and explaining it to you in this foundational tutorial. Take a look at the Sticky Scrolling demo below to see it in action.
How many times do we plan to tackle chores, errands, or tasks during the workweek, only to come home and push our priorities to the side? Sometimes we long to just be horizontal in bed, and other times we end up detailing some inoffensive object like a shoe or pantry.
Whether you seem to be productive or not, you’re still sidelining an important task, for something that might not be. So why are we prone to procrastination? And why do we still succumb to it even when we know it will hurt us in the end?
We’re excited to be sharing a new tutorial from a guest, Dr. Arnold Robinson III. We’ve previously featured him in a Customer Story, and as a Digital Marketing professor and expert, he's a great resource we can all learn from. For this tutorial, we’ll be learning how to optimize your photos for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) purposes.
This is important because search engines, like Google, use the keywords you include on a blog post to find and rank your content on the internet. If you optimize your site for better SEO, you will be ranked higher, and receive more organic traffic from search engines. More traffic to your site means more visitors reading your content, and could result in more sales or advertisement profits.
Due to the popularity of our Top 10 Parallax Sites blog post, we’re going back into the world of sliding and floating elements with a tutorial on how to create one. Making a parallax overlapping layout isn’t as hard as it seems. Trust us, if our communications editor with no tech background can do it, you can. Just follow our simple guide, using our faithful Themify Builder, and you’ll have professional looking parallax layout on your site in no time!
Disagreements in the workplace are a dime a dozen, but how you come away from them makes all the difference. In this tutorial post, we’re going to step into a new space to explore what lies beyond the technical aspects of the designing and developing life. Stress can wreak havoc on our health and our bodies react to it with physical and mental symptoms such as headaches, an upset stomache, elevated blood pressure and more. We’ll look at how we can make the best of ourselves in difficult situations, and how a little self-care in the workplace can get you living your best life every day.
Whether it’s a remote or concrete office, we’re present at the workplace, more than anywhere else on a normal week. At some point, we all eventually hit a wall or feel put down either from interpersonal conflicts or because of our own shortfalls. Here are a couple useful and easy things to think about before you consider calling it quits or deeming a situation too impossible to fix.
Parallax scrolling has been around for some time and capitalizes on a 3D-like experience in a 2D environment. This special visual technique simply scrolls the background image at a slower rate than the foreground image or text, creating a sensation of depth or an almost 3D feeling. The bottom line is that you can create some pretty dynamic and interesting visual experiences for a visitor scrolling through your site.
Some website design trends come and go, but as we grow deeper into this scrolling culture, you may want to take advantage of the need for scrolling. Especially as mobile website usage increases, one thing is clear - we like scrolling on our phones. Even the split moment Instagram accidentally released a tapping to advance feed, the immediate uproar was enough for them to ditch the idea, at least for now.