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🚀[NEW PLUGIN] Scrollable Animation

Hello fellow Bubblers!
Some time ago we published a new plugin and now share this news with you:


Scrollable Animation.
Scrollable Animation helps you to easily react to the user’s current scroll position.

It’s the perfect library for you, if you want to …

  • – animate based on scroll position – either trigger an animation or synchronize it to the scrollbar movement (like a playback scrub control).

  • – pin an element starting at a specific scroll position – either indefinitely or for a limited amount of scroll progress (sticky elements).

  • – toggle custom CSS of elements on and off based on scroll position.

  • – decorate and animate text blocks.

  • – effortlessly add parallax effects to your website.

ScrollMagic Javascript library was used when creating this plugin




For details, demos and instructions, visit the demo and manual pages:











Plugin page:


If you have questions, reach out to us at [email protected]
We appreciate your reviews and suggestions.

Jay | Mindforapps


This is a cool plug-in! Are used stuff like this in my landing pages that I build with another platform. Nice work

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Nice Plugin! Thanks

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Thanks for the documentation and guides! Hope to use this in future projects. Haven’t played around with it yet.

Can you make the editors for your demos public? I can’t access them to see what you’ve done

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Sorry, I don’t know how it happened. All demo page editors were publicly available. And why the access was suddenly closed, I do not understand. Probably some kind of glitch.

I fixed everything. Access is open.
Thanks for letting me know about it.

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Is it possible to pin multiple elements to 1 Scrollanimation-Element?
It’s a little confusing as the input field of the Element says: “Pinned ElementS” - and in the doc it says only one element can be pinned.

What I want to achieve is use 1 ScrollAnimation Element to pin 3 headers. All of them behave exactly the same.
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Also If I pin the element ID: “ADD-header” and call them all the same it only works on 1.

A question more out of curiosity - however if someone has a lot of different headers it would make things much easier if you could pin multiple elements.