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Slide up panel from bottom triggered by user scroll down the page

07-19-2014, 06:15 PM
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YouJoomla.com covers a remarkable range of different kinds of high quality templates, sliders, plugins, options, etc.

One idea that I think could be really helpful to users is to have a relatively quick and easy universal way to have a panel of about 150 - 200 pixels in height, slide up from the bottom of the page, overlaying the existing page content. This could be on some pages, or all pages.

I know the existing YouGrids system already includes an option that can provide a slide-up panel, but this requires a mouse click or touch to cause the slide-up and slide-down action. The solution I would love to see is one that gets triggered by the user scrolling down the page.

To see a great example of what I mean, please check out this excellent example:

Fullerton Financial Planning. Sun City, AZ. Where Retirement Dreams Begin!

The key thing is just to have the auto-slide-up panel appear, triggered by user scrolling down the page. The website owner can then insert whatever content they want. But an small image on the left side, a headline in the middle, some brief body text, and a sign-up form on the right side offers a neat logical flow.

Is a basic user-scroll-triggered slide-up something that YJSG 2 can cover? (in addition to making great coffee, solve world peace, and create the first space hyperdrive :-)

If not, perhaps an idea for a new module?

Thank you :-

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