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1LD Mega Menu for RapidWeaver
Over the last twelve months, One Little Designer has produced a number of menu stacks for RapidWeaver. A continuation of the theme is the new Mega Menu which may be displayed inline, or fixed on your page.
Mega Menu can contain just about anything you want it to. If you choose the right stack, it will display your main page navigation or, as 1LD’s demo shows, Mega Menu can even contain Google Maps.
Read more at: Ninja News.
Feature Section For RapidWeaver
How do I introduce a stack that looks so simple, but is as feature rich as 1LD’s Feature Section? All Feature Section does is to present a card, or a selection of cards that feature your business, or your products. But Feature Section has so many setup possibilities that I can almost guarantee that it will never look the same on any two websites.Your aim: to present your business, or your products. Feature cards with snippets of information about your company, your employees, or the services you offer. Feature Section is a great way to do just that in a professional manner…
Quick Menu For RapidWeaver
The past twelve months have seen a couple of menu stacks arrive on the RapidWeaver scene. Weavium just added an interesting new stack that will make your choice even more difficult than before. The fifth stack in the Weavium line-up is called Quick Menu — which is one of those stacks that makes you wonder why no one came up with this solution before now. A menu stack that appears, or disappears when and where needed and can trigger whatever you want it to trigger.
The Great and the Free. Rob Beattie casts his discerning eye over three great utility stacks that may have slipped under your radar. And they’re free.
Slick, rock solid and versatile — Rob Beattie finds Nick Cates’ Velvet Video stacks a great way to display YouTube and Vimeo videos.
Rapid Ideas’ YouPlay Stack is a powerful and inexpensive way to get a Vimeo or YouTube video library running on your website that you can then update yourself.
Formula is one of a new breed of sophisticated stacks that are great value for money and really extend Rapidweaver into brave new worlds of functionality.
Instacks’ Poster stack’s elegant versatility enables you to create a Stacks-based blog as well as an extremely distinctive way to present all sorts of content.
Zoom is a neat little budget stack that does one thing really nicely. So if you’re looking for a stylish and subtle lightbox effect to highlight certain images on your page, Medium-style, then Marathia’s Zoom stack is a no-brainer.
Partial Magic from Jochen Abitz is a selection of useful website building blocks for Foundation that are well worth your time and your money.
Elegant and individual, Blend’s distinctive pillar-style logo, title and sidebar area on the left and slinky, slide-out menu on the right gives it a real classy vibe that makes it suitable for building all manner of professional websites.
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