Scrolling in WordPress has never been so smoooooth
This simple and powerful Smooth Scrolling WordPress Plugin will help to make scrolling on your website really Smooth
Does not matter which browser users view your site. Smooth Scrolling WordPress Plugin works great Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Edge or even the outdated versions of Internet Explorer – in all browsers, visitors will get an incredibly smooth experience when scrolling through the site. And this is especially if your site has many long pages, such as a Blog, Portfolio, Corporate Website, eCommerce Project, Creative Agency, Real Estate Listing, Personal CV, a Restaurant or Retail Company, etc.
Smooth Scrolling WordPress Plugin tested and compatible with All Major WP Plugins: Yoast SEO, Contact Form 7, W3 Total Cache, NextGen Gallery, Slider Revolution, WooCommerce, etc. It also works perfectly and improves the user experience with popular Website Page Builders, like Elementor, Visual Composer, Gutenberg, Beaver Builder, Divi, Themify Builder, WP Bakery Page Builder, Layers WP, and many others.
The Plugin works perfectly with all major WordPress frameworks: Genesis, Divi, Themify, Warp 7, Ultimatum, Beans, Unyson, Gantry, and other’s
- Tested and Compatible up to WordPress 5.2
- Gutenberg Ready
- Easy to Install and Use
- Works with all Popular Themes
- Lightweight and Fast
- Works in all Modern Browsers
- Huge Customization Capabilities
- 6 months Included Support for CodeCanyon Buyers
That’s why major applications like Google Chrome have introduced a new feature named smooth scrolling. When smooth scrolling is turned on, you’ll notice that the scrolling is a lot smoother and it won’t stop suddenly when you stop scrolling but rather scroll a bit past your scrolling point that will make the scroll a lot smoother.
Premium Smooth Scrolling WordPress Plugin – Smooth and Easy scrolling
The best way to describe the smooth scroll is to compare the regular mouse scroll with the scroll when the scroll wheel is pressed. If you press the mouse scroll wheel, you can move your mouse up/down and the scroll will be very smooth. Enabling smooth scroll allows you to scroll like that with your regular wheel scroll. Smooth scrolling is also useful with keyboard shortcuts.
Smooth Scrolling WordPress Plugin is completely compatible with Avada, Jupiter, BeTheme, The7, Flatsome, Enfold, Porto, Bridge, Uncode, TheGem, Newspaper, Salient, Total, X Theme, Kalium, ListingPro, Impreza, Phlox Pro, XStore, Brooklyn, MyListing, Ave, WoodMart, Education, Soledad, Real Homes, Electro, Kallyas, JNews, Stockholm, Martfury, Rehub, Houzez, Motors, Traveler, Oshine, Shopkeeper, Jevelin, Consulting, MyHome, Renneby, Masterstudy, Avas, CheerUp, Pearl Business, Norebro, Residence, Bimber, and more other WordPress Themes
When this feature is enabled, pressing the Page Down button won’t just jump directly down one page. With smooth scrolling, it slides down smoothly, so you can see how much it scrolls.
Smoother works perfectly with all major WordPress Frameworks: Genesis, Cherry Framework, Divi, Themify, Warp 7, Ultimatum, Beans, Unyson, Gantry, and others.@DmitryMerkulov
This might not be a huge deal for you but it is a big deal for users who read a lot of long pages. The choppy scroll might be annoying for a lot of users and that’s why people are moving towards the smooth scroll option.
- Mouse wheel, middle mouse and keyboard support
- Extended Keyboard Support: Arrow Keys, PgUp/PgDown, Spacebar, Home/End
- Customization every trifle: Step Sizes, Frames per Second and more…
- Works with Embedded Content
- Supported Touchpad Devices
- Works both for the entire website and for individual pages.
- Tested with WooCommerce and BuddyPress
- Super-Easy Admin Configuration
- Installation Guide
- Detailed Users Manual
In the early days of the internet, scrolling was a faux-pas – a dirty interaction that was to be minimized. Design gurus, fearing that novice web users were missing the content “below the fold”, would exhort designers to cram as much as possible above this dreaded invisible line.
Today, the ubiquity of mobile touchscreen devices, coupled with the steady increase in the resolution of consumer screens both in the mobile form as well as traditional laptop and desktop settings, has revived scrolling as an effective and intuitive way to navigate through web content. With its rise, there has been a corresponding growth in the acceptable length of content-heavy pages, as designers experiment with using single pages to tell compelling stories with their content. The following is a collection of examples we’ve encountered that are poster children for the long scroll trend.
Concise, and to the point has become a popular style of content on the web today. Simple contact forms, brief but clear “about” sections, and scannable “features” callouts – to name but a few – are leading the way in consolidating the content into a single page.
The pressure on the traditional horizontal navigation bar is easing, as it no longer must accommodate vast numbers of internal site pages. Instead, nav bars are being leveraged to lead users deeper into the story of the site’s main page. Keeping the story contained to a single page helps preserve the seamlessness of the experience, and helps guard against key content possibly being missed, due to the linear nature of how long pages present content.
Another great opportunity to improve the user experience when scrolling through your site is to add Reading Progress Indicator. Visit the plugin page to learn more about it.
Simple is a site for a new money management service…that’s not a bank. The concept requires some explaining. Their challenge is to demonstrate their key value proposition quickly and convincingly and to motivate visitors to sign up. The one-page scrolling design is a dramatic departure from the majority of online financial services websites, which typically contain oceans of content – most of its text. Simple present their key points briefly, linking to pertinent examples. This layered approach aids incomprehension of their new concept without overwhelming the visitor with details too early in the exploration.
Long page scrolling designs are great for delivering end-to-end stories to your audience, and with the proper execution can propel your users toward the main goal – whether that’s a form submission, a product purchase, or even just reaching an understanding of an idea you want to share.