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Slider Images

Step 1: Turn on the built in Camera slider in the Page Inspector Styles section.

hemera turn on the slider

Step 2: Add all the images you want to use to the Resources section.

Adding an image to your resources

Image sizes for site 960px width
Small: 960×200 Pixels
Medium: 960×288 Pixels
Large: 960×480 Pixels
Oversized: 960×720 Pixels

Image sizes for 1280px site width
Small: 1280×200 Pixels
Medium: 1280×384 Pixels
Large: 1280×640 Pixels
Oversized: 1280×960 Pixels

Step 3: Copy and Paste the code below into the main content editor or into the sidebar content. (If you are using Stacks, and have the Extra Content Stack copy the code below labeled Extra Content Stack).

Content or Sidebar Editor

<div id="myExtraContent1"> 
  <div id="camera_wrap"> 
    <!--Paste Step 4's Code Here --> 
  </div> 
</div>

Extra Content Stack

<div id="camera_wrap"> 
  <!--Paste Step 4's Code Here --> 
</div>

Step 4: Copy and Paste the code below into the Extra Content & Camera wrap Div you pasted from Step 3. (Or into the Extra Content Stack if you are using stacks).

<div data-src="%resource(IMAGE_NAME.jpg)%" data-fx="simpleFade"> 
  <div> Caption here </div>
</div>

Step 5: Change “IMAGE_NAME.jpg” to exactly match the name of your image in the Resources section (case sensitive)

Step 6: Change “Caption here” to your desired caption or delete the entire section if you wish not to display a caption.

Delete

<div> Caption here </div>

Step 7: Repeat Steps 4-6 until you have as many photos you want to display in the slider. If you are using the main content or sidebar areas, make sure to highlight the code and select “Ignore Formatting” from the Format drop down menu.

Here is an example of what a finished slider code would look like.
<div id="camera_wrap"> 
  <div data-src="%resource(image1.jpg)%" data-fx="simpleFade">
    <div> Caption One </div>
  </div>
  <div data-src="%resource(image2.jpg)%" data-fx="simpleFade">
    <div> Caption Two </div>
  </div>
  <div data-src="%resource(image3.jpg)%" data-fx="simpleFade">
    <div> Caption Three </div>
  </div>
</div>

Transition Slider Effects

Step 1: After you have added images to your slider you will notice a data-fx value after the resource names. You can change the data-fx value to one of the values below to get a different transition effect.

‘random’
‘simpleFade’
‘curtainTopLeft’
‘curtainTopRight’
‘curtainBottomLeft’
‘curtainBottomRight’
‘curtainSliceLeft’
‘curtainSliceRight’
‘blindCurtainTopLeft’
‘blindCurtainTopRight’
‘blindCurtainBottomLeft’
‘blindCurtainBottomRight’
‘blindCurtainSliceBottom’
‘blindCurtainSliceTop’
‘stampede’
‘mosaic’
‘mosaicReverse’
‘mosaicRandom’
‘mosaicSpiral’
‘mosaicSpiralReverse’
‘topLeftBottomRight’
‘bottomRightTopLeft’
‘bottomLeftTopRight’
‘bottomLeftTopRight’
‘scrollLeft’
‘scrollRight’
‘scrollHorz’
‘scrollBottom’
‘scrollTop’

Example: data-fx=”simpleFade” would be changed to data-fx=”curtainTopRight” for a curtain transition effect.

Extra-Content (non-Stacks page)

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

Page inspector sidebar tab

Note, if you are using a styled text page you may also use the Main Content editor

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

<div id="myExtraContent1"> 
  Extra-Content 1 content Here 
</div> 
<div id="myExtraContent2"> 
  Extra-Content 2 content Here 
</div> 
<div id="myExtraContent3"> 
  Extra-Content 3 content Here 
</div> 
<div id="myExtraContent4"> 
  Extra-Content 4 content Here 
</div>

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

Step 4: Add your desired content to each section. Highlight everything between and & select Ignore Formatting from the Format Drop down menu (or press command + . ).

Step 5: Preview and you are complete. Your finished code in the Sidebar(or Main Content editor) should be simular to the screen shot below.

Extra content in sidebar

Create Button

Step 1: Type into the editor whatever you would like the button to read.

ButtonText

Step 2: Highlight your text & select the Add Link button.

Add Link Button or  Stacks add link

Step 3: Type in the URL or select where you would like the button to navigate to.

Step 4: Add a new Custom Attribute named “class with” the value “button”

button class

Click Set Link and you are done!

Using Font Awesome Icons

Font Awesome’s Icons can just about be used anywhere on your site. Check out the links below to learn more about how to use Font Awesome.

How to Use Font Awesome

See all usable icons

Chocolat Lightbox

Step 1: Turn on Chocolat Lightbox in the Styles section of the Page Inspector.

Step 2: In order for the Lightbox to work correctly you will need the original image and a thumbnail (smaller version) of the image.

Step 3 Drag and drop the original image into the Resources section of RapidWeaver. Then drag and drop the thumbnail image into the place you would like the image link to display.

Step 4: Next, right click the thumbnail image and select Add Link. (Or click the Add link button after selecting the image)

Add Link Button

Step 5: Click on the URL drop down and select the resource from the list.

Step 6: Add a custom attribute titled class with the value lightbox and then click Set Link.

Chocolate lightbox add link

Step 7: Switch to preview mode to see if it worked and you are done. To add more photos repeat Steps 3-6.

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Super Forms 2 – 1.2.0 Update

Through customer feedback, we were able to add some new features and fix a few bugs with our Super Forms 2 stack. Check out the list of changes below. This update is free for those who own the Super Forms 2 stack. 

Super Forms 2 (Version 1.2.0)

  • NEW: You can now customize each field’s Required/Invalid input message
  • NEW: Customize checkbox true and false values (“Yes” and “No”)
  • NEW: Customize file upload error messages
  • NEW: reCAPTCHA now has an option to support non SSL (http) websites
  • NEW: Support for v2 invisible reCAPTCHA
  • NEW: Support for v3 reCAPTCHA
  • NEW: Set a specific locale/language for reCAPTCHA
  • NEW: Allow the form to submit to Google Sheets and an email address at the same time
  • NEW: Optionally customize the name of each field for Google Spreadsheets and the titles as shown in the sent message
  • Improved: Prevents notices for empty form fields from displaying in PHP logs
  • Improved: Date timezone defaults to UTC in case the server does not have a default defined timezone
  • Fixed: Bug that could stop attachments from being sent properly
  • Fixed: File upload field was rejecting files if the extensions had capital letters
  • Fixed: Bug that could cause attachments to arrive with 0kb file sizes
  • Fixed: Multi select now properly concats selected options
  • Fixed: Checkbox display bug in iOS Safari
  • Other minor bug fixes 

Check it out!

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