One Page websites are being adopted by some of the world’s largest brands. These websites provide users with a fast, clean and simple scroll navigation that is both attractive and effective. With Uncode you can create a One Page scroll website with just a few clicks, using either the Simple Scroll option or the Main Menu Scroll option.
Simple Scroll (required)
To activate the Simple Scroll (named Section Scroller in Uncode versions prior to 1.7) you just need to navigate to Page Options > Scroll and activate the Simple Scroll method. Behind the scenes, your page is enriched with advanced functionalities dedicated to one-page websites navigation, screenshot.
When the Simple Scroll is active you have 2 main options:
- Hide Dots: hide the dots navigation.
- Scroll Snap: add the 'snaps to rows scrolling effect'.
Rows naming (required)
To scroll between sections the Row naming is required. Create a Visual Composer Row and open the settings. In the Extra tab, you need to apply a name for the row. Uncode automatically creates a unique Slug reference. Save the Row module. Be careful not to give more than one row the same name, screenshot.
Main Menu scrolling
With Uncode you have the possibility to create fully functional single page scrolling navigation websites:
- Single page or one-page website: if your website is based on single page and you don’t have any other pages that link to a scrolled section of the page, open the WordPress Appearance > Menus, create Custom Links and insert your Slug reference with the “#” symbol in the URL. Save the menu, screenshot.
- Single page from an external page: if your website is based on multiple pages and you have other pages that link to a scrolled section of the page, open the WordPress Appearance > Menus, create Custom Links and insert your absolute URL with your Slug reference in the URL, so the final Url should be something like this:
When this option is active the 'snaps to rows scrolling effect' is added. The page will smoothly snap to sections of your page by simply scrolling the mouse, screenshot.
N.B. Solid menu (not transparent) with Shrink or Hide animation options are not supported with Scroll Snap due to a plugin limitation.