MultiButtonThing | RapidWeaver Central | £10 (after discount)
Recent government research has very clearly shown that the overuse of ‘samey’ buttons in webdesign can seriously damage your digits and in extreme cases lead victims to have a few drinks in the evening. If this is you, then you need to act now before it’s too late. Fortunately, we have the perfect antidote.
Multibutton Power At Your Fingertips
It’s already well-documented how disrespectful some developers are about the delicate health of your digits, which is why we’ve gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure that none of our buttons will ever harm your fingertips. With only your wellbeing in mind, we’ve transformed our whole ButtonThings philosophy so that you and your website visitors will never have to risk using the same button again in every project.
Why The Fuss? Because we’ve upgraded all our ButtonThings to Stacks 3 and bundled them together into one grouped MultiButtonThing stack. We’ve also added a few new ones. Which now means MultiButtonThing offers a choice of 22 sophisticated button styles to add real individuality to your designs.
So What’s The Big Deal?
The price. Men in white coats are hammering at my door. They say I’ve lost touch with reality, gone totally insane. That £15 for 22 ButtonThings is sheer madness. That an 85% discount is lunacy on any demented scale. And they may be right.
But the voices in my head are insistent. They say it’s a perfectly reasonable price in a world that has clearly lost all reason. I can’t argue with that, so I’m going to go Full Metal Wacko and apply a further £5.00 discount at checkout. Which makes MultiButtonThing £10… and me a total fruitcake.
MultiButtonThing is for Stacks 3 only.
If you already own some ButtonThings, you’ll need to remove them from your RapidWeaver Stacks folder before MultiButtonThing will work. Full instructions are included. You’ll also need to update the buttons next time you work on the projects where you’ve used them. You’ll still see all the individual ButtonThings in your stacks library, but they’ll now be collected under the group MultiButtonThing. Did I mention that MultiButtonThing is for Stacks 3 only?
If you have any pre-sales questions, doubts about my sanity or any other pertinent feedback, please visit our Weavers Space.