Controls the width and height of each side of the cube in pixels. You can use the preview cube to see the size. As you resize your screen, it automatically changes the size of augment cube to fit. So the value you put in to the cube size field is multiplied by 4 for the full size cube.
This controls how see-through or solid the cube is. Note that this will also control the opacity of any content within the cube. If you want to control the opacity of the cube while keeping the content solid, you can go down to the ‘Background Color’ and ‘Border Color’ controls.
Perspective is similar to zooming in and out, it doesn’t change the size of the cube, but it does change how large it seems by altering the distortion. For instance, if the value is set all the way at 2000, it’s like zooming in and setting the value at 200 is like zooming out.
If the content that you want to put into the cube goes longer than the height of the cube, you can define what happens. It’s set to Auto by default which will only add a scroll bar if the content is too long. Setting it to Scroll will always have a scrollbar even if the content is not longer than the height of the cube. Setting it to Hidden will hide the content and not allow a scrollbar. Setting it to Visible will allow the content to keep going off of the cube without a scroll bar so that it’s all visible.
You can control the amount of red, green, and blue individually to adjust the color for the cube and see the results in the preview (So if red is set to 255, green is set to 0, and blue is set to 255, it will be purple). Then checking the transparency check box will allow the background color to be see through. Use the Opacity slider to control how see-through it is.
This works exactly like the background color except it controls the color of the border.
Parallax rotation causes each cube to rotate however fast or slow you want while the user scrolls down the page. This feature can be turned on or off, and you can control the speed of the rotation with the ‘rotation speed’ slider. 1 is very slow, 20 is very fast.
Controls the height of the buttons in pixels. The reason there’s not a width slider is because you can just go to the layout tab to control the size of the whole button section.
Use RapidWeaver’s Color picker to select the background color of the buttons.
Choose between each type of border possible with css. Or for no border, select No Border.
Pretty self explanatory. This controls the width of the border in pixels.
Use RapidWeaver’s Color picker to select the border color of the buttons.
The hover controls are all a repeat of the other controls. They control how the buttons look while a user hovers over them.