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With DK Stacks having disappeared from the RW scene we are now one animation stack poorer. I used DK's Mover on a number of sites, so until just a few days ago, I was wondering what I should replace it with. 1LD came up with the solution for me. Assemble!

Assemble offers up to 17 different animations which can be staggered and offset. Assemble also allows you to set the Target mode. The result is an almost endless array of settings. But perhaps the most interesting fact is that it's possible to manually choose elements and/or list classes to let the stack know which should partial segments should be animated.

The whole process is relatively complicated to describe and a picture says more than a thousand words, so why don't you take a look at the Assemble demo page to see what Assemble can do. I promise that you won't be disappointed.

Stack Settings
[Animation] Type – 17 options
Speed – ms
Stagger – Adjust the total possible time between the first segment animation till the last. 1000ms would mean each segment will animate randomly in between 0 and 1000 milliseconds. Decrease this value to have the segments animate closer together
Offset – Adjust the distance from the top of the browser window the animation initializes. 100% will cause the animation to start as soon as it is inside the browser window. 30% will cause the animation to start only when the element is in the top half of the window
Target Mode – Automatic Segmented, Automatic Whole, Manual Segmented

If you're into animated page elements, Assemble offers a few innovative options which, when used sparingly, can make your page all the more interesting.

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