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kops says
http://themeforest.net/item/panekah-responsive-drupal-theme/full_screen_preview/2446620

Used behind the top slider – I’ve been looking for how to achieve this effect for a while but don’t know where to start looking!

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sevenspark Moderator says

In general, the effect is called “parallax”, but I’m not sure of any specific plugins that do exactly what that slider does.

Hope that helps get you pointed in the right direction, at least :)

EDIT : Actually, this is pretty similar http://stephband.info/jparallax/

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kops says

That’s the one! thanks for your help :)

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