I want to recreate that scrollbar without the up/down arrows. I don’t have much knowledge in coding so please bear with me.
imo you would be better to use basic scroll effects for something so simple... I know you like vids so have a look at this one Muse Jam: Site Design with Responsive and Scroll Effects Combined - YouTube
at about 7 mins in Miss Dani shows off her old eco adventure site and that basic green leaf demo would be the kind of tool I would use to make your site... obviously replace her leaf with a coloured dot but the idea still works
Thank you for the vid post but there's no scrollbar shown...
I'll answer you here so others can follow as well mate
the "scroll bar" in my demo is not a true scroll bar but just a red dot that goes up and down when the page gets scrolled... it has two parts being a yellow retangle in the background and a red (dot like) retangle in the forground. the red dot has a motion scroll of 2 | 4 starting at point zero i.e, looking from the top of the page this red dot will move at 4 times the speed of scroll until it gets to the top or bottom of the yellow bar behind it.
it could also move left and right or along a set path or pop in and out or sing a song then grow wings and fly off the edge of the screen if you want to make it that fansy
this is an older "how too" that may work on your system + you get the files to play with so have a go
Sorry for my late reply. Thank you for your description and the link, it is very helpful. I did a rough test of it but the scroll effect doesn't work in the same way I want it to - I don't want the scroll to occure when I scroll down on the entire page, I just want it to occure on the area that has the thumbnails only. I don't suppose what I'm trying to do can be done in Muse?
I don't want the scroll to occure when I scroll down on the entire page, I just want it to occure on the area that has the thumbnails only.
option 1, use an iframe... this is a different page with its own settings for what is inside the iframe so the scroll can be different
option 2, code it... simple css will work in most (not all) browsers then there is bootstrap or one of the other code sets but the basic idea is to set some sort of 'div' around the area you want to scroll.
Sorry for the delay in responding, I just got over the flu.
I think going the css route would be better. How would I be able to achieve what I was asking at the beginning of my forum post question?