Parallax Switch from 1LD cycles through content by animating according to a user’s scroll position.
Switch between up to 20 different items with 7 animations to choose from. With Parallax Switch you can create parallax sections and animation events that make your pages more visually engaging.
While Parallax Switch is an interesting new stack, I was unable to get it to display with Android 4.1. Please check the product page before purchasing for implementation on mobile devices.
Drag and Drop simplicity for your next ecommerce store.
Use View from Yuzool Themes to lay out your new ecommerce store in any RapidWeaver theme, or to present between 1 and 99 products and link each of them to an info page.
View knocks your layout into shape within minutes. A responsive, columned grid of products coded in pure CSS, View creates a beautiful one-page store, or a gateway to more product or portfolio information.
Drag and drop in photos, text and your favourite button stacks. Combine with any ecommerce Stacks — Cart, Stripe checkout, Mal's …
… your store or your product page can be view-ed already.
Image captions on hover are nothing new. Dominic Koponen gives us some innovation.
DK Stacks' Hovermate Stack utilizes CSS 3 Media Queries so that your page generates quickly and renders smoothly. Choose between 7 animations for your caption display, along with a number of different color options.
The Phillip effect, for instance, your image zooms out while your text zooms in, a frame is built up from the centre and a translucent coloured overlay gets your text that extra attention. The Peter effect will reduce your image opacity instead.
Images speak more than words can describe here, so check out the demos at DK's website.
Did you ever need to quickly build a list and wondered how to get the format just right?
Tommy Hansen did, so he built a stack for just that purpose.
Listig from DeFliGra is a suite of
four 20 (twenty!) extremely flexible stacks for building lists. Set a bullet (Fontsawesome icons are enabled) or a title; choose to position your title above,on the left or on the right of your list; set the number of items in your list and enter the relevant text. You're good to go.
Listig is responsive, so your lists will reflow to fit the browser window. The HUD allows you to set column widths and font sizes. And if you need more complicated formatting than the HUD already allows, CSS definitions are provided for Title, Content, Wrapper and Divider.
Listig can also be nested, to achieve the second example displayed below.
Listig Freestyle also lets you re-arange lists per drag and drop, so if an item needs to be closer to the top or bottom of the stack, just drag it where it needs to be.
Listig's price is simply amazing, so grab it now, before Tommy changes his mind!
EDIT: Within just a few days, Listig has mutated into a page layout suite with 20 stacks! The price is still unchanged!
"Listig" Danish (and German) for "Crafty".
It's not the first time and it won't be the last; a developer sits down to tweak a stack, day turns into night and instead of an update, a new stack is born.
If you've recently searched for DeFliGra's ImageLayout stack, you'll have noticed that it is no longer available. Tommy went to tweak it and instead it secretly morphed into ImageLayout Pro.
ImageLayout Pro has two drop zones — the main content and a sidebar, the second drop zone can be positioned to the left or the right of the main content. Up to 10 (ten) images can be positioned, pixel perfect, over the dropzones to create the image layout of your design. The positioning of the overlays is set using percent. CSS sizes are also available for each of the image containers as are extensive seperate CSS settings.
The whole stack is now responsive and allows the sidebar to slide underneath the main content on narrower screens.
ImageLayout Pro isn't a stack that can be mastered within a couple of minutes, but the obtainable results are well worth the effort.
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