Fires an event when an element scrolls into or out of view
A simple, lightweight jQuery plugin used to display a progress bar at the top of the page that fills up as the user scrolls.
If you have used the Google+ app for Android you probably have noticed the cool scroll effect. With this jQuery Plugin you will be able to recreate it with ease.
Easy auto-hiding and showing of the navigation bar as the user scrolls.
A jQuery plugin that provides a way to distinguish a user’s intentional mousewheel events from smooth scrolling events.
Determine whether any of the matched elements are located within the browser’s viewport.
A responsive site layout with fixed-background scrolling sections.
A very lightweight jQuery plugin to lazy load images.
A jQuery plugin which enables fixed positioned elements, that are higher than the viewport, to be scrolled.
jQuery plugin to transform any elements into a scrollable one.