Automatically Load Content on Scroll

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Some websites such as Twitter loads content on scroll. Which means that all content is dynamically loaded on a single page as long as you scroll down.

Here’s how you can replicate this effect on your website:

var loading = false;
$(window).scroll(function(){
	if((($(window).scrollTop()+$(window).height())+250)>=$(document).height()){
		if(loading == false){
			loading = true;
			$('#loadingbar').css("display","block");
			$.get("load.php?start="+$('#loaded_max').val(), function(loaded){
				$('body').append(loaded);
				$('#loaded_max').val(parseInt($('#loaded_max').val())+50);
				$('#loadingbar').css("display","none");
				loading = false;
			});
		}
	}
});

$(document).ready(function() {
	$('#loaded_max').val(50);
});

For Reference:

Content Load on Scroll

Provided by: Fat Folder Design
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