Elementor Split Scroll Design

Elementor Split Scroll Design

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to replicate this "split scroll" design, where sticky images on one side, are "reverse scrolling" as content on the other side is scrolling normally.

See the demo here:

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Features:

  • Works with any amount of images
  • Works with the normal "Image element", so it's lazy-load compatible
  • Works on desktop and tablet (could work on mobile too, however it's not ideal due to the narrow viewport)
  • Performant animation
  • No JS dependencies
  • Uses containers

Let's get started!

First, import the template on the page where you want this

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21 Responses

    1. This is CSS, you can add it anywhere that will be specific to this page, such as page settings > Advanced > Custom CSS

    1. Greetings,

      Add this CSS under the Advanced > Custom CSS for the images that you want to be smaller:

      selector img {
      object-fit:contain;
      }
      

      Let me know if that works!

  1. This is not working. Does this work for Elementor Version 3.18.3? I have not installed Elementor Pro. Could this be the reason it's not working? The container is set to Full width and the minimum height is 300, but the page shows everything at one time and not within the container box to scroll. Any advice on what to do?

    Thanks in advance

    1. Greetings Karen,

      Could you please share the URL of the page where you have imported the template? I will have a look.

    1. Greetings Karen!

      I can't see the HTML element anywhere. When importing the template, be certain to keep it and not to remove it along with the other demos you don't need!

      Let me know if that helps!

  2. I'm not sure what you mean by "HTML element" I imported it to my Elementor templates and when I added a container box to the page I imported it from the Elementor templates. Am I not understanding how to import the file from the Elementor saved templates?

    1. Please import the template again. I moved the HTML element to the bottom of the template to make it easier to use one or the other demo.

      You will see a container called "Code is here (keep)", just be certain to keep it there.

    1. Hey Karen!

      Almost there!

      Now the issue is your theme... it has some overflow:hidden CSS that breaks our position:sticky; CSS.

      The fix is just adding this CSS. Add it to the HTML element, along with the other CSS there.

      #qodef-page-wrapper#qodef-page-wrapper {
      overflow:initial;
      }

  3. This is not working. Does this work for Elementor free. Could this be the reason it's not working? The container is set to Full width and the minimum height is 300, but the page shows everything at one time and not within the container box to scroll. Any advice on what to do?

    Thanks in advance

    1. Sorry. I cant Download the template here: says You have not purchased the required item(s). MMM but i payed for Elementor Split Scroll Design?
      I received a mail with 2 other templates that i was not looking for...?
      Can you send me the template please.
      Thanks

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