1. Add the stack to your project.
  2. Drag and drop the element or stack that you want animated into the “Drop stacks here” section.
  3. In the settings panel select an animation type.

The remaining settings are optional for customization. Refer to the Settings Panel section below for a break down of what each one does.

Settings Panel

Type: Choose between 17 different animations.

Speed: Adjust the animation speed in milliseconds.

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. Note: If the “Target Mode” is set to “Automatic – Whole” this setting controls the delay before the animation instead.

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: The stack will automatically determine which elements should be segments.
  • Automatic – Whole: Removes the segments and animates the element has a whole like a more traditional in view animation.
  • Manual – Segmented: The stack will not automatically determine which elements should be segments. You can instead manually choose elements and/or list classes to let the stack know which should be segments.
    Custom Elements example: table, hr, span
    Classes example: .myClass, .another-class, .third-class