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  • Hi everyone! I’m new in this forum and hope will keep in touch with most of you regularly in future.

    So … Currently I’m designing a website which in the near future will be developed on WordPress. The main thing which I’m going to use is the popular parallax effect. The problem is that I wanna have different pages and each of them to use a completely different parallax effect. For example:
    Page 1 : horizontal parallax – design 1 – div 1 , div 2, div 3 etc
    Page 2: vertical parallax – design 2 – div 1, div 2 , div 3 etc.
    Page 3: vertical parallax – design 3 – div 1, div 2 , div 3 etc.

    Blog: WordPress Posts – no parallax.

    Similar web site is this one:

    My question is do I need to create a different 1 page parallax themes for each of the pages 1, 2, 3 etc which has the same header and footer or what?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • You can use custom page templates for each page as explained here:

    To include the horizontal scrolling within a vertical parallax page template, you would likely need to include all of the markup with a page’s content, and then have some special classes and JavaScript in the theme which is applied to it.

    @stefanakoz – How did it go with your parallax design project?

    I’d also like to know how this project went. I’m looking to do the same exact thing that stefanakoz wanted to do.

    And what theme are you using if any to achieve this? I’m trying to figure out where to start and what theme would be best to work with to achieve this. Any feedback helps. Thanks!

    So far, I’m working outside of WordPress to get this done. Once I’ve got it working, I’ll then need to figure out how to best get it into WordPress.

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


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    In future, if you need support, create your own thread.

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