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Stonecherub wrote:
"Share your websites …" is probably not the right place to continue this discussion but I don't see a structure to smoothly move it to another thread.

Sergey Losev is doing what I want to do in his travel website posted this morning. Here is another example from the New York Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/201 … n=Trending

In both pages, images load as background and text scrolls across them in transparent boxes. I'm going to try to figure this out but asking somebody who knows (absent a manual) is much more efficient.


so imagine the example I did but the text without the white background

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Stonecherub wrote:
"Share your websites …" is probably not the right place to continue this discussion but I don't see a structure to smoothly move it to another thread.

Sergey Losev is doing what I want to do in his travel website posted this morning. Here is another example from the New York Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/201 … n=Trending

In both pages, images load as background and text scrolls across them in transparent boxes. I'm going to try to figure this out but asking somebody who knows (absent a manual) is much more efficient.


Extremely hard in my opinion but see this being used in the coding of the page....probably with a lot of other cool cutting edge effects. They can afford the best programmers.

https://github.com/sjwilliams/scrollstory

Intersection observer is something new on the horizon also that could be applied (newer browsers) but I have only scratched the surface with that. The forward reverse scrolling opacity effect can now be creatively controlled using some of its features.
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Stonecherub wrote:
"Share your websites …" is probably not the right place to continue this discussion but I don't see a structure to smoothly move it to another thread. .

I would suggest asking the moderators to move this thread to "Website Design and Development" section


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