Setting Up the Widget

The QooQee Scroll Effect Muse Widget utilizes the same concepts of Adobe Muse Scroll Effects without the limits of a fixed width page. Easily apply effects to your responsive content on fluid width pages. The familiar features of this widget keep 1 as the base value to determine scrolling speed and direction. Determine objects effects for before, between and after the Start and Finish handles that you place anywhere on the page.


Place the widget
Place the Main widget of Scroll Effects to your Master page or any individual page that may not have a Master page applied to it. The Main widget has to be on every page using the Scroll Effects widgets only once. 
Name each item
Simply name your item within the tooltip panel. Do not use any spaces or special characters and remember the naming values are case sensitive. The name you use within the tooltip panel will be repeated verbatim with the Start and Finish handles.
Easily use the same effect on multiple objects by naming them the same within the tooltip area. 

Note: Duplicating Scroll Effects can be easily done by copying and pasting the handles along the page or on another page. Be sure to use unique names for duplicated widgets and their items.
Place the Handles
Place the handles for your objects anywhere on the page to control the speed, direction and opacity before, between and after they are within the viewport. Be sure to name each handle appropriately with the same name used within the tooltip panel. Check out The Start and Finish Handles for full details on using the handles of the widget.
Create Effects
The Scroll Effect widget uses positive and negative values to determine the speed and direction of your objects scroll. Within the Start Handle Option Panel the value 1 is normal. Inputting 0 makes your object have no motion. For further details check out Creating Scroll Effects.
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