Support » Plugin: WP FullPage » fullpage.js vs WP FullPage

  • Can you please explain the differences between this WP plugin and the fullpage.js plugin over on GitHub? I can see the plugin over on GitHub is at version 2.7.7, but can’t seem to find what version of fullpage.js the WP plugin is using.

    I am most interested in using options like lazy load, scrolling inside sections, fixed header. Are these options available with the WP plugin? Also, I read that there are issues with using lazy load with fixed header. do those two play nicely together?

    Can’t wait to take this baby for a test drive. Thanks soo much for all the hard work you put into this!!!

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  • Plugin Author Julien Zerbib


    Hi !

    Thanks so much for the five stars!!

    Actually the current version of WP FullPage has not been updated since last year. But I’m actively developing the new version which is on beta test for now and will be released soon (this week, may be next). The plugin has is own system of Lazy Loading. You could have fixed header by modifying the default templates which won’t cause any issue with Lazy Loading.

    I hope it helps…



    Hey Julien!
    That’s awesome news about the update! I just began developing my port site and this plugin is exactly what I needed to add some flare to my work section. I will certainly be on the lookout for when it becomes published.

    I just implemented the current version of the plugin (which was super easy to configure btw). I am having a bit of trouble with the sticky nav though.

    I followed your comments here ( overriding the template and inserted my header code. That worked as expected, but I found that the menu links only work on the “first” section. Beyond that, they are no longer operational.

    Here is a link to my site, I would appreciate any suggestions you may be able to offer. (

    Thanks again!

    Plugin Author Julien Zerbib



    This is a normal behavior, to create links you will need to add something like this in a custom link of your menu :
    javascript: jQuery.fn.fullpage.moveTo(3, 0); if you want to scroll to the 3rd section in your page.

    If you need this to work in another page… that’ll be more difficult 🙂

    Furthermore, no need the entire header in YOURTHEME/wp-fullpage/layout/header.php, just insert the code you need and adjust the css. Same thing for the footer.

    Thanks for the tips Julien!

    I will keep that in mind for linking to a specific section within the page, but I think the problem I am having is that the fullPage container is sitting on top of the nav bar. When I placed a bg color in the first section and scrolled, I saw that it covered up the nav bar. I didn’t see that happening before because there was no background color. Now I just have to figure out how to move it back. 🙁


    Hey Julien!
    Gah, I am at a bit of a loss. 🙁

    I can not for the life of me figure out why the fullPage section areas scroll on “top” of my navigation bar. When I deactivate the WP FullPage plugin, my top navbar scrolls “with” the page as expected. I don’t have any sticky/fixed positioning or anything like that.

    Does this sound like anything you’ve dealt with? Does the plugin work in a way that positions it independently away of the surrounding page elements? i.e. absolute or something along those lines that may be the culprit?

    If I can just get this thing figured out I’ll be well on my way. Any thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!


    HOT D@MN!
    Problem solved with a little CSS lovin.

    Plugin Author Julien Zerbib


    Hey, nice to read 🙂

    You could add some css like :

    header.header {
        position: fixed;
        z-index: 1000;
        left: 0;
        right: 0;

    So your navigation will stay on top of your window…



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