Adding Images to the Slider

Step 1: Add the images you wish to use to the “Resources” section.

Adding an image to your resources

Step 2: Navigate to your Page Inspector > HTML tab > Header Tab.

Page Inspector - HTML - Header

Step 3: Copy and Paste the code below into the text area.

<img src="%resource(paisley.png)%" alt="example" title="Caption text here" />

Step 4: Change name_of_resource.jpg to match the name of your resource & be sure to make sure the extension matches as well (png, jpeg, or jpg). The names are case sensitive so slide-1.jpg in the code and slide-1.JPG in the resource section would not work.

Step 5: Change the value of ‘title’ to your desired caption or delete title if you don’t wish to display a caption.

Step 6: Repeat steps until you have as many photos you want to display in the slider, preview and you are complete. Your finished code in the Header-Header section should be similar to the screen shot below.

Slider images in the header

Adding Content to the Promotional Boxes

Step 1: Navigate to the Sidebar Tab of the Page Inspector > Sidebar.

Page inspector sidebar tab

Step 2: Copy and Paste the code below into the Sidebar text area.

<div id="myExtraContent1"> 
Promo Box 1 Content Here 
<div id="myExtraContent2"> 
Promo Box 2 Content Here 
<div id="myExtraContent3"> 
Promo Box 3 Content Here 
<div id="myExtraContent4"> 
Promo Box 4 Content Here 

Step 3: Highlight the code & select Ignore Formatting from the Format Drop down menu (or press ? . ).

ignore formatting

Step 4: Add your desired content to each section replacing the text “Promo Box # Content Here”. Then Highlight everything between

<div id="myExtraContent#">

& select Ignore Formatting from the Format Drop down menu again (or press ? . ). The content will now not be highlighted in pink anymore and only the HTML code will be highlighted as code.

Step 5: Preview and you are complete. Your finished code in the Sidebar should be similar to the screen shot below.

Promo Boxes

Social Media Icons

Step 1: Social Media Icons can be placed in the Main Content area, Sidebar, and Site Slogan. Copy and paste the code below into your desired location.

<div id="socialMedia"> 


Step 2: Copy the code below and paste it between <div id=”socialMedia”> & </div>.

<a href="http://www.webaddresshere.com"><span>#</span></a>

Step 3: Find the Social Media Icon you wish you use from the Glyph Chart below.

Just Vector Glyph Chart

Step 4: Type the corresponding letter in-between <span> & </span>.

Step 5: Replace http://www.webaddresshere.com with the address to your social media site.

Step 6: Repeat steps 3 – 5 untill you have all the icons you wish to use.

Step 7: Highlight the code & select Ignore Formatting from the Format Drop down menu (or press ? . ). Your finished results should resemble the screen shot below.

Social Media links HTML

Navigation Subtitles

Step 1: After creating a page, double click the title to begin renaming the page.

Step 2: Type in <p> & then your desired subtitle followed by </p>. Your finished title should resemble the screenshot below.


RapidWeaver Stack Tutorials

RapidWeaver Theme Tutorials

RapidWeaver Project Documentation

Tutorials and documentation for all 1LD Project files can be found at the link below.

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Movable Windows

Move beyond the confines of static content layouts! Movable Windows allows your page visitors to effortlessly drag and reposition custom content windows anywhere in the browser viewport. Windows can be minimized to free up space and stay fixed to the browser viewport so they are always accessible.

Resize & Minimize

Windows can be resized to take up more or less space, or maximized to fill the entire screen. But that’s not all – these windows are like handy sidekicks, always ready to assist. Need quick reference? No problem! Windows can be minimized when not in use, saving precious screen space for what really matters – your page content.


Open windows stay fixed on screen so they are always accessible. Minimized windows have three modes to choose from. “Inline” keeps it in line with other content, “Fixed” is always on screen, and “Draggable” lets you move it around while minimized.


It’s not just about functionality; it’s about style too. Customize your windows by size, position, and color. Add in text, images, forms, links – you name it! Want a little more flair? Allow window resizing, choose whether they start minimized or open, change the toggle icon, or hide the window title when minimized.

Check it out!



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