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Slick Scroll — General Settings

Slick Scroll — General Settings

The Slick Scroll plugin for WordPress is flexible and easily customizable, allowing you to change parameters without diving into the code.

Customizable step sizes, frames per second and more

General Settings

Load preset: Default, iPhone, Opera, IE, Custom

Step size (px): How much? Higher means more scrolling for each mouse event.

Animation time (ms): How quick? Higher number stretches animation.

Acceleration scale: How swift? How much scrolling can accelerate.

Acceleration delta: Time between scroll events. Lower means acceleration kicks in more frequently.

Pulse Scale: Ratio of “tail” to “acceleration”. It affects how long the deceleration part is.

Arrow key step size (px): Higher means more scrolling for each arrow key press.

Enable keyboard support: Adds Slick Scroll for Arrow keys, PgUp/PgDown, Spacebar, Home/End.

Enable pulse algorithm: Adds easing to the animations.

Enable for all browsers: By default Slick Scroll works only in WebKit based browsers. This option enable Slick Scroll in all browsers, such as Firefox.

Assignments Settings

By selecting the specific assignments you can limit where plugin should or shouldn’t be published. To have it published on all pages, simply do not specify any assignments.
Assignments Settings
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