Scrollport.js is a new jQuery plugin for scrolling animation. Plugin can not only animate the scroll, but also to assign references by clicking on which to begin the animation.
ScrollMenu is a new interface to replace your old boring scrollbar. It gives a user sense of where they are in a page and how long is that section. With a high customizibility of plugin you can have a unique user experience.
Slick Custom Scrollbar lets you replace the default browser scrollbar on long content with a custom one instead, styled using pure CSS. Easily modify the look of the scrollbar using all the power afforded to you by CSS, whether it's giving it a background image, rounded corners, CSS3 shadows, or changing its thickness etc.
elevator.js is a "back to top" button that behaves like a real elevator, by adding elevator music to quietly soothe the awkwardness that can ensue when being smoothly scrolled to the top of the screen.
Bootstrap News Box is a jQuery and Bootstrap 3 based plugin for creating a clean responsive news ticker/slider that allows you to vertically scroll html contents with autoplay and up/down navigation support.
jQuery.loadScroll is a simple jQuery plugin for dynamically loading images while scrolling.
Eco-Scroll.js is a eco-friendly jQuery scroll plugin with inifinite possibilities.
Interdimensional is a spatial scrolling for modern devices with a gyroscope. Only modern devices are supported
HorizonScroll.js is a jQuery plugin which allows for websites to scroll left and right horizontally.
jQuery.scrollSpeed is a lightweight jQuery plugin for modifying vertical scrolling speed in modern web browsers.
A jQuery plugin to create sticky elements -- worrying how to keep your
div at position you want, want to create rules for it to stay & hide,
jQuery-sticky-elements is made just for you.
Responsive 3D Fold Animation on scroll, very easy to use.
Auto-hide sticky header makes site navigation easily accessible anywhere on the page and saves content space at the same.
Auto-hide means hiding the header automatically when a user starts scrolling down the page and bringing the header back when a user might need it: they reach the bottom of the page or start scrolling up. There are at least two manners of hiding a header: reactive and lazy.