I don’t think you can pull that off with the Slider Element itself, but you can make an horizontal scroll with IX2.
There’s a section acting like this here https://webflow.com/ix2
Made by Webflow’s Ryan using only IX2.
Principle (I guess)
- start by creating a section, define a fixed
height : the time that it takes to scroll it will be equal to the time it will take to scroll the horizontal content from 0 to 100%. So adjust the height accordingly. Give
overflow:hidden to the section, and
position:relative. For the bg use either a solid color, or a gradient/image but fixed, so there is no clue that you’re scrolling down.
- add a div inside the section, make it
position:absolute aligned to top left. Define a fixed
widthand place your horizontal content in it.
- with IX2 define a horizontal motion on the sub div based on a scroll trigger.
With this system you can even place invisible elements down the section, give them unique IDS, and scroll to a specific horizontal point by linking to them.