I like how it’s stationary until you scroll past a certain point then it’s fixed on the page until another point.
If someone had the read only link for the Webflow Blog I could definitely figure out. I’m also trying to make a scroll progress bar that follows
Here is my site Read-Only: LINK
It’s on the page titled website planner and I am working on making a progress bar that tracks where the pages are but I’m not sure if it’s possible. I might just end up doing links in which case I would still like to get the behavior mentioned above to work.
This effect called “sticky” (google it). For now by Webflow editor - thier is no way to switch classes by interaction (Wishlist) - This is the way to create this effect most of the time (toogle bettwen fixed and auto):
The effect of scroll in point (start - stop) (boundaries) called “sticky boundary” - you find this option in some JS sticky plugins. Example:
It can be sticky to the entire page or to selected parent container Sticky-js