A collection of CSS list scroll effects. Works in browsers with support for CSS 3D transforms including a special touch-enabled mode for iOS & Android 4.x.
Curious about how this looks in action? Check out the demo page.
The style of scroll effect is determined via the class that is set on the list. Once the class is set, stroll.js needs to be told to monitor that list via the bind method:
// Bind via selectorsstroll;// Bind via element referencestroll;// Bind via array of elements / jQuery objectstroll;
You can provide an additional parameter with more options:
// Makes stroll.js monitor changes to the DOM (like adding or resizing items).// This is taxing on performance, so use scarcely. Defaults to false.stroll;
To disable the effect on an already-bound list, you can use
// Same target options as stroll.bindstroll;
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