I’m trying to replicate the effect seen on the footer here:
I’ve achieved the reveal effect by making the footer sticky and giving it a negative z-value, but I’d also like to have the section gradually come up as the user scrolls.
I’ve tried ScrollTrigger to gradually move the footer up on scroll, but it’s quite clunky.
I have a feeling there’s a simpler, or even Webflow-native solution.
Cuberto’s footer seems to be static with position relative, and I’m guessing some sort of position transform is progressively applied. But I might be wrong, I don’t really mess with code much.
How would you implement it?
EDIT: I got fairly close with a native “while scrolling” interaction on the above section that brings up the footer. But I realise that the same could be achieved on a fixed footer with overflow hidden by bringing the content down. But it does feel quite hacky.
But I realise that the same could be achieved on a fixed footer with overflow hidden by bringing the content down.
This was the solution! I’ll leave this up in case anyone finds it useful.