New pages gliding into view?

Is there a way of making whole pages glide into view when clicking on the menu?

Any suggestions welcome.

Thanks,
Jon


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Check out the FreeWay Marketplace. Both the Esperanto & Retro’d are single page designs.


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Am under the impression that he’s after something like this:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/8231701/cdn-digitalmedia-themes/theGridMaterialz/fullpagescroll.html

But I may fail, indeed.

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That, my friend, again looks great :slight_smile:


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Nice! have been trying something similar but need to work on logo in menu at 480px!

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Thank you, all.

Doty: I suppose one of those templates can be used.

Thomas: Your example looks great, but is there a Freeway-not-too-complicated-way to implement this? And is it possible to have the sliding going horizontally?

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Made mine in freeway with

hope this helps Matt.


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Matt, this is something.

My problem is I have not been too much into jquery and its use. Freeway and its actions have been my non coding friends, you see. Would you mind pointing me in the right direction? A FW manual somewhere perhaps? Your Github link states it is SO easy, but it certainly doesn’t look it. For a novice, that is.

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Hi Jon, have a look at the linked file to see where I have added code in HTML Markup.


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Thomas: Your example looks great, but is there a Freeway-not-too-complicated-way to implement this? And is it possible to have the sliding going horizontally?

Just to be clear here:

####Yes

there is. But it strongly depends on some knowledge.

####Freeway can be used in two ways:

As WISIWYG app to create websites and as a visually controlled content editor to do Frontend design. The first requires a good idea how Freeway works, the latter on plus a good idea how web works.

If you understand yourself as a front-end developer, UI developer or even client-side developer you need to be aware of the three disciplines:

  1. HTML (the Framework mostly)
  2. CSS (the Prettifier, whatever pretty may look like)
  3. JavaScript (the Dynamics)

If you are aware of them, the absence of actions (or even the exist of them) doesn’t matter at all.

Point is:

Even if there are some actions - as long as you can’t follow the “framework” requirements, they’re worth nothing.

And now the point:

Ask the community if they understand inflow-constructions as “Freeway-not-too-complicated-way to implement this”!

You’ll get some interesting answers starting by:

“It’s super easy …” (Matt I hope you agree) down to “it’s the biggest nightmare I’ve ever had” (Matt - I hope you agree as well before you started to take care of it).

Matt and Richard (to name the both who are currently in) do not mind about construction anymore - they simply can do. But both - and me included - invested some time and even money in this knowledge.

Think about it!

If you don’t answer all those questions for yourself by “Yes (or maybe yes)”, it’s not worth thinking and discussing this sort of special UX - it isn’t even worth discussing everything beyond the “tellerrand”* of Freeway.

Cheers

Thomas

literally *to think outside the box


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