Support » Plugin: Elementor Page Builder » Elementor – Scrolling “motion-effects” not working until window resized

  • Resolved rordawgg


    I have scrolling effects on certain images, some enlarge, use horizontal, vertical scrolling, and a few other effects. The scrolling motion does not get initialized unless one of two things happen: 1) The browser window is resized (width or height). 2) You visit the page again or it’s refreshed. This is happening in all browsers.

    Edit: Some of the scrolling effects seem to be initialized, but trigger before it’s in the viewport (Hence why you can’t see it).

    Video of example:

    -How to replicate:
    -Example 1:
    -Example 2:

    NOTE: You must visit the page with an incognito page if you wish to replicate the issue multiple time. If it starts working again, try a new browser or a new tab.

    Page URLs with affected scrolling (Most sections are under the “Web Design”): -Section with Laptop, Phone and site screenshot – In between Branding Elements and the Video – Phone entrance animation, site screenshots – Computer, phone and site screenshots – Phones under Web Design

    Things that I’ve tried:
    -Disabling all plugins
    -Using stock theme
    -Disabling header and footer script injection
    -Removing Elementor Nav and Footer sections
    -Search and replace http -> https
    -Rebuild the page from scratch (using a page template made in Elementor)
    -Rolling back Elementor version
    -Rebuilding the site from scratch on a live server (from start) rather than local env
    -Disabling all global templates
    -Removing all custom CSS and JS

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Hi,

    @rordawgg this generally happens if you are using margin/paddings in or out of the sections where you are using motion effect as that causes issues with the viewport calculation to trigger the effects. Can you check if changing such settings helps? Though this is definitely not convenient.

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