I want to stick an element to the top of the page in WordPress, using jQuery Waypoints plugin.  <script src="path/to/waypoints.min.js"></script> <script>   $('#myelement').waypoint('sticky'); </script>...
I am using http://imakewebthings.com/jquery-waypoints and I need to do some action when the user scrolls down to the area with the class div1. However, I need it only fire once and not every time the user scrolls to that location. — only once  $(&#...
I have multiple sections with the class blockList li throughout each of these sections. How am I able to trigger only the current blockList li items for the ones that are in view? Currently, once any of the list items are in view they all fire throug...
I tried to work with waypoints.js and make menu element active, when user scroll to it. As I can see, waypoints works well, but I can't get current section id... Console always said undefined.  So, what I'm doing wrong?  My script is:  jQuery...
Please see this:  http://jsfiddle.net/5Zs6F/2/  As you can see only when you scroll past the first red rectangle it turns blue, I would like it to turn blue the moment it enters into view. This is why the second never turns blue because there isn'...
So I'm using jQuery waypoints for a sticky social media nav which is working perfectly, however, when I hit the footer element it keeps scrolling. Ideally I would like the sticky nav to stay at the bottom of its parent container (.content) when i...
I'm using something like this to capture scroll events on a web page:  var myblock = new Waypoint.Inview({     element: $('#block')[0],     entered: function(direction) {      //do stuff     },     exited: function(direction) {       if(d...
I've been a little stuck on the following issue for some time. Essentially I have vertically stacked DIVs, all of the same characteristics and CSS class (.vert-container).   On scroll down, opacity of the top view-able DIV reduced as it leaves th...
The $(this) attribute does not work in connection with the waypoints.js.  My Javascript:  $('.dipper').waypoint(function() {     $(this).addClass('test'); }, { offset: '100%' });   The strange thing is that this Code is workin...
I am trying to delay waypoint for every next item by 0.2s. I tried with set timeout but by the time the first few items load the timeout has already expired.   Fiddle 1  $(function() {    $(".item").each(function(index, element) {     var $th...

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