Smoother will make your WordPress site cool by making the scroll movement of the mouse wheel smooth. Making Google Chrome And WebKit Based Browsers Scroll Smoother.
To open the plugin settings in the WordPress Sidebar menu go to Settings -> Smoother
The plugin provides several presets with settings and also you can use your custom settings set.
- Default (Optimized default settings)
- iPhone (Settings similar to scrolling on the iPhone)
- Opera (Opera browser scrolling settings set)
- IE (Internet Explorer scrolling settings set)
Step size (in pixels)
This parameter sets by how many pixels the page will be scrolled with each click of the mouse scroll wheel. From 1 to 999 pixels.
Animation time (in milliseconds)
This parameter shows the duration of the page scrolling animation each time you spin the mouse wheel. From 0 to 999 milliseconds.
This parameter sets the scroll acceleration. Any integer is accepted.
Acceleration delta (in milliseconds)
The time elapsed between scrolling events. The smaller this parameter, the more often the scrolling acceleration is triggered. From 0 to 999 milliseconds.
The ratio of “tail” to “acceleration”. It affects how long the deceleration part is. Any integer is acceptable.
Arrow key step size (in pixels)
This parameter sets how many pixels the page will scroll with each time you press the scroll key on the keyboard. The higher means more scrolling each time you press an arrow key.
Enable keyboard support
This checkbox enables and disables keyboard support. Adds Smoother for Arrow keys, PgUp/PgDown, Spacebar, Home/End.
Enable pulse algorithm
This checkbox enable/disable easing to the scrolling animations.
Enable for all browsers
By default Smoother works only in WebKit based browsers. This option enables Smoother in all browsers, such as Firefox.
Do not forget to click Save Changes after changing plugin settings. After clicking this button, the settings will be saved and applied to all pages of the website.
Use the shortcode [disable_smoother] to disable the smooth scrolling on a page.