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Shristi Singh
Shristi Singh

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How to: Easy Spider-man Parallax page

This post covers two ways, one is the traditional CSS way, other the Bulma way!
Check The Final Result here
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Okay so this is a very simple BEGINNER friendly stuff, I just chose it cause, well to display, how much Bulma simplifies everything, there is like handful CSS, most of it being, links to background.

A parallax website includes fixed images in the background that you can keep in place and you can scroll down the page to see different parts of the image. With basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, you can give a parallax effect to a website.

Using the parallax effect in web designing is really popular and it gives beautiful look and feels to the web page. It is a great option for an opening page or a random display page.

How to make this better?

  • Put media queries and use different images for different view ports.
  • Experiment with block styles, add a flashy header, play with Image box.
  • Add clips!

Also I figured out it was too simple to deserve a tutorial, so I'll pass, but in case of any query, ping me, would be happy to help.

Without further delay, you can see normal CSS on Codepen.
Find the Bulma code on GitHub.
You can compare the two, and you will find lack of efforts with Bulma along with more styles.


Ps. Next up a DARK website!(Screams in German)

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Ben Halpern

I really appreciate how smoothly this scrolled. Sometimes this is done in a way that gives me like 30fps load on my browser.