The Limitation of Native Animations
When using a tool like Elementor to create native scroll animations, these animations typically run only the first time the user scrolls the page. This can result in a static and unappealing experience for returning visitors.
To use this library, we must first add it to our website. This can be achieved by including custom code in Elementor or using a plugin like VPco. Below we describe the general steps for implementation:
Add the library to the site header.
-Add the library to the end of the -body of the page.
Configure the library application conditions according to the needs of your site.
-Creating Scroll Animations
Once the library is properly configured, we can start creating custom scroll animations. This can be done by following these steps:
Select the element to which we want to apply the scroll animation (it can be an image, a container, a widget, etc.).
Choose the desired animation from the list of animations available in the library.
-Copy the code corresponding to the animation.
-Paste the code into the attributes of the selected element.
-Adjust attributes as needed, such as adding an animation delay or modifying the duration.
The library offers a wide range of attributes that can be applied to animations. These attributes allow you to further customize the behavior of your animations, such as adding delays, adjusting the duration, and controlling how the animation behaves in relation to scrolling.
Examples of Results
By applying scroll animations, your website elements will come to life. You can achieve surprising and dynamic effects that attract the attention of your visitors. These effects can be applied to images, text, containers, and more, giving you exceptional creative flexibility.
Code in the header
Code at the end of the body