isInViewport.js – jQuery Plugin to Check If Element is in Viewport

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isInViewport.js is an ultra-light jQuery plugin that tells you if the element is in the viewport, but with a twist. It lets you select a visible element(s) using the :in-viewport selector or by calling the .isInViewport() method on the element(s).

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