In this exercise, you will use the skrollr.js library to make Tuna “fall” up the hole past Alice.
- We're going to have some fun…using Skrollr JS.…I'm going to show you how exactly it works…before I let you do this project because…there's a really neat trick to it.…What I want you to do in this one,…is I want you to get the cat,…because originally Tuna was a part of this,…Tuna is a part of all my projects,…originally Tuna was going to play the Cheshire cat.…You can see Tuna sitting here but he was going to be…down on the underneath the screen,…he was going to be tucked out of way.…And as you scrolled her down, he was going to fall upwards…and then he was going to kind of grin at her…and then keep moving up toward the top of the page…and disappear, the same way she disappears underneath.…
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