Full Width Galleries with Parallax (or fixed) Backgrounds
By Divi Dude
So one day I was perusing the web and came across this web page that showed off futuristic wedding gowns. And the page was built with full-width galleries and parallax or fixed backgrounds and I thought: “cool.” Then I was looking at my company’s website’s photo galleries (not DiviDude, but my marketing agency’s website) and I thought: “not cool.” So I decided to build new photo galleries that mimicked the one I ran across on the web, complete with parallax backgrounds. And the good news is — Divi made it easy to do.
So check out the video that’s on my YouTube channel for instructions on how it’s done (or you can just watch it on this page).
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