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What We’re Creating
1. Add Placeholder Sections
Add Section #1
Start by adding a first section to the page you’re working on. This section will serve as a placeholder so we can watch the effect fall into place.
Open the section settings and assign a height to the sizing settings.
Clone Section #1
Then, clone the placeholder section once. This will help us generate some space at the top and bottom of our page, without it being part of the horizontal scrolling (see preview).
1. Build Section Design
Add New Section Between Sections
Now that we have the two placeholder sections in place, it’s time to create the first section that we’ll use inside our horizontal scrolling. Add this section right in between the two placeholder sections.
We’re also setting the vertical overflow to auto. This, in combination with the max height in the previous step, will help us automatically generate a scrollbar on certain screen sizes where the section elements exceed the viewport height.
Add New Row
Continue by adding a new row to the section using the following column structure:
Without adding modules yet, open the row settings and use a background image.
Along with the spacing settings.
Then, open the column settings.
Use a white background color for the column.
Use a border too.
Add Text Module #1 to Column
Add H4 Content
Time to add modules, starting with a first Text Module containing some H4 content.
H4 Text Settings
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the H4 text settings as follows:
Add Text Module #2 to Column
Add H3 Content
Add another Text Module right below the previous one and use some H3 content in the content box.
H3 Text Settings
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the H3 text settings accordingly:
Add Text Module #3 to Column
Add a last Text Module to the column with some description content of your choice.
Change the module’s text settings accordingly:
And complete the module settings by applying some responsive padding values to the spacing settings.
Add Button Module to Column
The last module we need to complete the row design is a Button Module. Add some copy of your choice.
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the button settings accordingly:
And reposition the module in the advanced tab.
Once you’ve completed the first section, you can clone it twice.
Change Image & Copy & Link
Make sure you change the image, copy and link in each duplicate section.
2. Add Functionality
Add CSS Class to Each Section You Want to Include in Horizontal Scroll
Now that we have all elements in place, we can start focusing on the functionality of it all. The first step to accomplishing the outcome is assigning a custom CSS class to each section that you want to be part of the horizontal scrolling. In this case, that means the three sections between placeholder sections.
Add New Code Module Somewhere Inside Page
Next, add a Code Module to the page. This can be anywhere you want.
Add GSAP & ScrollTrigger Libraries First
Copy-paste the GSAP and ScrollTrigger libraries inside the Code Module. Use script tags for this with the following sources:
Add New Script Tags for Custom Code
Right below the library script tags, we’ll add some new script tags.
Add JS Code
Prepare for JQuery Usage
Inside these script tags, we’ll start by loading JQuery.
Register ScrollTrigger Plugin
Then, we’ll register the ScrollTrigger plugin.
Wrap All Relevant Sections in a New Div
We’re also placing each one of the relevant sections inside a new div using the following code lines:
Create New GSAP Tween with ScrollTrigger
To make the fake horizontal scrolling work, we’re going to use a new tween with a scroll trigger. The code that makes this happen is the following:
Add Style Tags for Custom CSS Code
Next, we’ll add some style tags to our Code Module.
Insert CSS Code Between Style Tags
And we’ll complete the tutorial, and the functionality, by adding the following lines of CSS code between the style tags:
In this post, we’ve shown you how to go the extra mile for your website with Divi and GSAP. More specifically, we’ve shown you how to scroll horizontally when actually scrolling vertically on your page. This is a custom type of animation that you might have come across at a certain point and wondered how you could do it with DIvi. You were able to download the JSON file for free as well! If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment in the comment section below.
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