Embedding Hype Animations in RapidWeaver

05/19/2016 - ⇨ 

Method 1:

Embedding an animation within the RapidWeaver Project

 

RapidWeaver includes a smart Resource macro. The %resource% macro allows advanced users to link to resources within HTML code.

Note: The %resource% macro generates the URL of the resource, it doesn’t generate any HTML code itself.

%resource%  in the official RapidWeaver guide.

articles_rw_import_resources_guide

Snipped available in the Demo Project. You must change the Javascript content with your own code.


Method 2:

Embedding animations with External URL

RapidWeaver offer various ways to embed HTML code in the project.
An iFrame is used to embed content in a page which is not part of the content of the page itself. Snipped available in the Demo Project.

<iframe> <width=”600px” height=”600px” src=”URL” style=”border:0px” scrolling=”no”></iframe>


RW Plugins with HTML support:

Style Text Page: Allow you to easily stylise content such as text, images or HTML.
HTML page: You can include HTML or Javascript code.
OffSite Page: Direct visitors to external URL ( only one URL )
Stacks plugin (commercial plugin): Use an HTML stack inside the content page.


   View Demo online   Download RapidWeaver Project


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