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floatThead - fixed <thead>. Doesn't need any custom css/html. Does what position:sticky can't

Float the table header on scroll. No changes to your HTML/CSS are required, it just works. Supports floating the header while scrolling within the window or while scrolling within a container with overflow. Supports responsive tables.http://cdnjs.com/libraries/floatthead/ . http://www.jsdelivr.com/#!jquery.floatthead . https://unpkg.com/floatthead .


Please note that although Bower is still maintained, they recommend Yarn for new projects.Include parallax.min.js in your document after including jQuery (compatible with jQuery >= 1.7).

iscroll - Smooth scrolling for the web

iScroll is a high performance, small footprint, dependency free, multi-platform javascript scroller. It works on desktop, mobile and smart TV. It has been vigorously optimized for performance and size so to offer the smoothest result on modern and old devices alike.


small jQuery plugin that transforms any div into a scrollable area with a nice scrollbar. Demo and more:


A jQuery plugin that turns your regular paginated page into an infinite scrolling page using AJAX

ASP.NET MVC Infinite Scroll

An infinite scroll is a nice solution when you need to display large amounts of content in page, it helps by increasing performance in such a page because only a specific number of items is shown when the page first loads. As the user scrolls down, more content is shown.


A jQuery plugin that provides snapping functionality to a set of panels within your interface.

ui-scroll - Unlimited bidirectional scrolling over a limited element buffer

The common way to present to the user a list of data elements of undefined length is to start with a small portion at the top of the list - just enough to fill the space on the page. Additional rows are appended to the bottom of the list as the user scrolls down the list.The problem with this approach is that even though rows at the top of the list become invisible as they scroll out of the view, they are still a part of the page and still consume resources. As the user scrolls down the list grows and the web app slows down.


Plugin for jQuery users who want to trigger event handlers when an element scrolls in/out of view


A lightweight and adaptive jQuery plugin for pinning any element to the page or to a container element