Masonry Infinite Scrolling Website Tutorials
Infinite scrolling is a great way to keep visitors engaged while showing them a lot of content. Using the endless scrolling technique, you can show your visitors multiple articles on the same page without them having to click to a next page, or show them a large number of content parts without having to load the all initially, saving valuable load time and keeping your visitors on your site.
The Masonry plugin is extremely popular with infinite scrolling websites because it easily allows elements dynamically loaded to be displayed in a vertical manner without the excess spacing of inline-block layout display. Masonry is similar to Isotope, except that Masonry is primarily for vertical layout in columns whereas Isotope supports a wider variety of layout options.
These tutorials span a range of CMSs from WordPress to Drupal and use a number of plugins and libraries, especially jQuery. To view a tutorial, simply click the preview image or the title of the tutorial.
This is a series of 5 demos compiled by Sam Deering on how to create infinite scrolling using jQuery Masonry plugin together with an infinite scroll plugin.
This is a well-described tutorial by Ezequiel Bruni on implementing infinite scrolling on websites in a simple way using jQuery and Masonry plugins. The article shows how to apply infinite scrolling for static websites sites, WordPress sites, and for Tumblr themes.
This is a tutorial made by Devin on creating infinite scrolling with Masonry for layout. The tutorial combines jQuery, Jetpack and Masonry plugins to achieve the infinte scroll effect for a WordPress website.
This is a tutorial made by Script Tutorials on using jQuery and Masonry plugins to create an infinite scrolling similar to Pinterest. This tutorial uses PHP and HTML in implementing the infinite scrolling.
This is a tutorial made by Huy Dinh Quang about creating infinite scrolling in a Blogger website using jQuery Ajax scrolling, a jQuery plugin, and Masonry. The tutorial is composed of a live demo and a step-by-step tutorial with codes in creating inifinite scrolling on the page.
This is a tutorial made by John Henry Donovan about implementing infinite scrolling in ExpressionEngine (EE) using jQuery plugin and Masonry libraries. This includes a method for pagination and a limiting parameter set.
This is a tutorial by Jany Martelli about using the Isotope plugin with Twitter Bootstrap to create an infinite scrolling, fluid and responsive layout. Isotope is similar to the Masonry library, and is created by the same developer.
This is a tutorial made by Build Themes for adding infinite scroll and a grid layout in Tumblr blogs using Infinite Scroll and jQuery plugins, in combination with the Masonry library. This includes HTML and CSS codes for creating pagination on the page.
This is a Masonry tutorial made by Manatopia that teaches how to use Masonry to create infinite scrolling.
This is a tutorial made by Ali Gajani about using Laravel 4 for pagination, Masonry for layout, and jQuery for scripting.
This is a tutorial published on the official Drupal website about how to transfor a Drupal pager into an autopager thereby creating an infinite scrolling effect and an endless page.
This is a tutorial written by Alex Ellison in creating an infinite scroll website in Drupal using a Masonry content block without views using. This include code for applying and triggering infinite scroll functions.
This is a video tutorial made by Cristina Llamas about the combining Drupal 7 and Masonry Masonry library. The tutorial includes 2 videos, one about using jQuery Masonry and the other about integrating Masonry with infinite scrolling to create the final effect.
This is a tutorial by Miz Lizz in creating an infinite scrolling effects with a Masonry block without using the Views plugin in jQuery for Drupal websites.
This is a tutorial written by Luigi Petrut about adding CSS loading effects for grid images loaded in a WordPress infinite scrolling website. This includes jQuery, Masonry, HTML, CSSS code for pagination.
This is a tutorial made by Jake Johnson about building a pseudo-infinite infinite scrolling tweet scroller with the Twitter API, jQuery, and Masonry library.
This is a tutorial published on Digitallyy about how to build an infinite-scrolling WordPress site with Masonry for layout, the infinite-scroll plugin, and jQuery for coding.
This is a tutorial published on Tech Brij about creating an infinite-scrolling website with jQuery and Masonry for the browser-side and ASP.NET for the server side.
This is a tutorial published on Okilla about creating an infinite scrolling WordPress website with jQuery and Masonry for layout. This include codes for integrating AJAX in Google analytics and jQuery-based Masonry.
This is a tutorial written by Mary Lou about recreating the Design Samsung grid loading effect using the Masonry library and WordPress.
This is an infinite scrolling jQuery demonstration made by Chandra Sekar using jQuery and the Masonry library in WordPress. This include codes for implementing the Masonry plugin, jQuery usage, and infinite scrolling with AJAX.
This is a tutorial made by Noura Yehia in creating an infinite scrolling WordPress site in 6 steps. To achieve the endless scroll effect, it uses jQuery and the Masonry library.
This tutorial details how to use Masonry to create an infinite scrolling website with jQuery code and a grid created with the Masonry library. This include 6 steps on how to initialize the process and get the site running.
This is a quick tutorial about implementing infinite scrolling with jQuery. The tutorial explains how to implement the Masonry library and create the endless scrolling effect using custom jQuery code.
This is another tutorial from WPStudio creating a new Genesis child theme called Plastic with a masonry layout with infinite scroll. This article also gives an example on how it looks and provide steps for it.
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