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Parallaxie is a jQuery plugin to create parallax effects on your websites or templates. It is very lightweight to download and rendering by your browser.

Current Version:



This plugin has only one dependency, which is jQuery


Watch Parallaxie in action:


Licensed under the MIT License (LICENSE.txt)

Copyright (c) 2016 THE ULTRASOFT (


Installing this plugin is very easy. You have to include jQuery and Parallaxie scripts to your website.

<script src="js/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="js/parallaxie.min.js"></script>

Fire up the plugin with any css selector. You must have a background image set into that element or you can use the data-image attribute, will explain about this later. Also, make sure the parallax element must have some height or some content which has some height.

    min-height: 360px;
<div class="parallaxie" style='background: url("path/to/your/image.png")'></div>

View a more intutive Parallaxie example.


You can easily customized this plugin any time.

1. On initialization:

This method gives you a quick configuration option.

	speed: 0.5,
	offset: 50,

2. On declaration:

On declaration of the parallaxie element you can specify the option using the data-parallaxie attribute. This gives you to control or customize different parallaxie elements with different configurations.

<div class="parallaxie" style='background: url("path/to/your/image.png")' data-parallaxie='{
	"speed": -0.4
	"size": "auto"
Option Description Default
speed Speed of the parallax. You can use any floating point number. But practically, give any fractional number between -1 and 1. Example: 0.3 or -0.5 0.2
repeat Should the background repeat or not. Possible values: 'repeat', 'repeat-x', 'repeat-y', 'no-repeat' 'no-repeat'
size background size of the image. Possible values: 'auto', 'contain', 'cover' 'cover'
pos_x Position of the image horizontally. Possible values: 'left', 'center', 'right' or any percentage like: '30%' 'center'
offset The parallax offset. Possible values: Any integer. 0
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