Well, the layout itself is just a bunch of divs stacked together. If you’re talking about the side nav/the scrolldown when you click a side nav, it’s pretty easy jQuery. You just check the div top position in relation to the window and you can change things from there.
I managed to make something like Odd’s jsfiddle.. but I can’t seem to figure out how to do the effect where if you scroll up or down, the side menu will change according to what div element you are in..
Alright, here’s what I came up with. For whatever reason, the waypoint plugin was doing something funky when you scrolled up, so I had to mess with doing a negative index, but now it works well. I tried to make the code pretty simple. Let me know if you have any questions.
Hm, when you scroll up or down the active side bar doesn’t update to what section it is in unless you lower the height of the section, which it alright i think.. It works well though, thanks so much Chris.
Why is there CSS in the HTML section? I’m confused by this.. I don’t see any div, class tags or anything.