Jerky Sticky Layer

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Jerky Sticky Layer

Post by TonyC » Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:53 pm

A belated Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year to all!

New to Web Builder so still trying to sort out this complex but awesome program.

Can any one help with the sticky layer? Is there any way to make the sticky layer less jerky? I find that particularly on smart phone or tablet it is really jerky and not smooth at all. I have tried various setting combinations but none seem to have the desired affect.

This is my site, http://thepebblescottageguesthouse.co.u ... index.html it would be interesting to know if others find the sticky layer jerky.

While trying out various things I found that if I set the mode of the layer to none and then inserted it into another transparent layer and made the transparent layer sticky then it performed in a completely different way, it disappears when the page is scrolling and then appears when you stop.
Maybe this is by design?

Thanks in advance for any help
Tony

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Re: Jerky Sticky Layer

Post by Pablo » Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:02 pm

If you use a delay then the sticky layer will use JavaScript.
On mobile devices the 'scroll' event is not triggered regularly by the browser so the animation may not be smooth in that case.
This is unrelated to the script.

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Re: Jerky Sticky Layer

Post by TonyC » Wed Dec 27, 2017 8:03 pm

Hi Pablo, Thanks for your very prompt reply

Will a delay help the jerky sticky layer and if so how do I insert one.

Thanks
Tony

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Re: Jerky Sticky Layer

Post by Pablo » Wed Dec 27, 2017 8:09 pm

Please note that the 'jerky' effect is because the browser reacts slowly, not because of the WWB.
If you set the delay to '0' then CSS will be used instead of JavaScript.

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