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    Hi everyone,

    I want to make my website so that when I’m clicking on a menu link the scrolls the page in some direction, but not just to a particular section on a long page. Exactly like this:


    This could be achieved with the :target selector, absolute positioning and transitions.
    Using jQuery would yield better browser compatibility. You could simply bind some scripts to your navigation links that do some animated CSS positioning.


    What I thought was wrapping all the content in page divs. So in that sense you are simply animating 2 divs at the same time. So when you click for example the about button in the menu, the

    gets animated upwards with a slide animation to display:none; and

    also gets animated upwards but from the bottom to reveal it’s contents.

    Lol if that even makes sense :)


    That is exactly it! :D Thank you so much!

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