Parallax Scrolling

Mint uses an effect called parallax scrolling. Parallax scrolling involves a background image moving slower than the content in the foreground, creating an illusion of depth and immersion. You can turn off parallax scrolling for a simple, single-page layout.



Build your presentation-style layout by adding sections to the Index Page. The thumbnail image for each section creates a banner. The thumbnail image, page title, and description are set in Page Settings.


Other notable features

Fullscreen top banner image

You can display the first Index banner image at full-screen.

Banner image height

You can set the height of all Index banner images to full-screen, two thirds, or half using the Index Image Height tweak.

Highlight or hide the section titles

You can add a background color to section titles or choose to hide them.

Section title & description position

You can choose to place section titles and descriptions on top or below the banner images.

Optional index navigation

Navigation circles and text appear on Index banners. Check Hide Index Nav to hide them.

Footer Background Color

Set the footer background color. The text color in the footer will automatically change to white or black depending on the lightness of the color you chose to ensure it is legible.