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  1. @akapowl And yes if I dont use the data-scroll-section it wont show up just missing...
  2. Dear @akapowl Thanks! Well I will try to do it without the scroll section and try to use one of the links you provided. I will do a follow up as soon as I tried it out Cheers!
  3. Dear @Cassie I can try, but it is a Wordpress Website with Elementor I am working on. And its quite hard to create a demo I could share the link. But I dont know if that helps.
  4. Hey everyone, I am trying to recreate this codepen. But I have a horizontal scrolling website. So its kinda tricky... This is what I have so far gsap.registerPlugin(ScrollTrigger); gsap.registerPlugin(ScrollTrigger); const scrollContainer = document.querySelector('.data-scroll-container'); const locoScroll = new LocomotiveScroll({ el: scrollContainer, direction: 'horizontal', smooth: true, /*lerp: 0.1,*/ /*touchMultiplier: 2.54,*/ reloadOnContextChange: true, tablet: { smooth: true, direction: 'horizontal', gestureDirection: 'both', }, smartphone: { smooth: true, direction: 'vertical', } }); window.onresize = function(){ location.reload(); } locoScroll.on('scroll', ScrollTrigger.update); ScrollTrigger.scrollerProxy(scrollContainer, { scrollTop(value) { return arguments.length ? locoScroll.scrollTo(value, 0, 0) : locoScroll.scroll.instance.scroll.y; }, scrollLeft(value) { return arguments.length ? locoScroll.scrollTo(value, 0, 0) : locoScroll.scroll.instance.scroll.x; }, // we don't have to define a scrollLeft because we're only scrolling vertically. getBoundingClientRect() { return {top: 0, left: 0, width: window.innerWidth, height: window.innerHeight}; }, // LocomotiveScroll handles things completely differently on mobile devices - it doesn't even transform the container at all! So to get the correct behavior and avoid jitters, we should pin things with position: fixed on mobile. We sense it by checking to see if there's a transform applied to the container (the LocomotiveScroll-controlled element). pinType: scrollContainer.style.transform ? "transform" : "fixed" }); window.addEventListener("load", function () { let pinBoxes = document.querySelectorAll(".pin-wrap > *"); let pinWrap = document.querySelector(".pin-wrap"); let pinWrapWidth = pinWrap.offsetHeight ; let horizontalScrollLength = pinWrapWidth - window.innerHeight; gsap.to(".pin-wrap", { scrollTrigger: { scroller: scrollContainer, //locomotive-scroll scrub: true, trigger: "#sectionPin", onEnter:() => { console.log("Enter") }, pin: true, //horizontal: true, // anticipatePin: 1, start: "left center", end: pinWrapWidth }, /*y: -horizontalScrollLength, ease: "none"*/ }); // each time the window updates, we should refresh ScrollTrigger and then update LocomotiveScroll. ScrollTrigger.addEventListener("refresh", () => locoScroll.update()); // after everything is set up, refresh() ScrollTrigger and update LocomotiveScroll because padding may have been added for pinning, etc. ScrollTrigger.refresh(); }); I cant seem to find out why its not working. The structure of my DOM is similiar as in the codepen. Special is that I use Elementor as my base, but it should not have any affect on this. As attribute I do have data-section in each section, as its not working else... Hope someone can help me!!! ❤️ Cheers zoruak