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jQuery Simple Sync Scrollr

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jQuery Simple Sync Scrollr is a small jQuery plugin that allows scrolling more scroll areas on the page synchronously.

How it works

When you scroll your scrollbar (or just the "pane") scroll jQSSS scroll other windows simultaneously at the same height / width regardless of their internal content size. Please see the demo page and screenshots for more explanation. Added new sync mechanism since v1.1.0: Sync scroll position on internal content (see demo)

Features

  • Ruler areas synchronously in both vertical and horizontal directions
  • New feature: Synchronize scroll position with internal content
  • Provides custom recalls for many events
  • Has crossbrowser support (compatible with almost all modern browsers)
  • Incredibly lightweight – the size of minified js is only ~ 4KB!
  • Removable (can be disabled and re-enabled at any time)
  • Integrates easily in all CMS platforms and user interfaces
  • Enjoy other jQuery plugins
  • Fully documented

Use cases for jQSSS

  • Book, zines and papers reading (such as comparing scanned pages and pages by "optical character recognition")
  • Rich text editors for & # 39; content management systems & # 39; (eg comparison of previous copy and current)
  • Display of different live data to be synchronized
  • … and many more options and options

See jQSSS in action: https://nedgeva.github.io/jqsss/

Changelog

  v1.2.0 - added new option: scrollbar to NEXT content block
added new option: scroll inside content blocks synchronously
fixed some errors
v1.1.0 - added new feature: sync with internal content (see demo)
added new argument sent to recalls (ratio of scroll height / width)
removed unwanted code
v1.0.0 - introductory release 

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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