The Control Center Animation cloneable is a great way to add a unique and visually appealing navigation menu to your Webflow site. This cloneable, created by Webflowtips, allows you to create a control panel animation similar to the one used in the Apple control center. Although there are still a few animations that need some polishing, this cloneable is a great starting point for adding a visually dynamic navigation menu to your Webflow site. The Control Center Animation cloneable can be found in the Animation, Interactions, and Hover categories on Webflow. With this cloneable, you can add a professional and unique navigation menu to your site, helping to enhance its overall usability and user experience.
Several different text reveal on scroll animations for Webflow. These techniques use a paid GSAP plugin called SplitText was used to achieve this effect. You can find the plugin here: https://greensock.com/club/ There are three different animations demonstrated here, line animation in which each line is animated as the user scrolls into the viewport, word animation in which each word is animated on scroll, and letter animation in which each letter individually animates.
A fun way of changing the gradient background color via mouse in Webflow. Please note this will not work in Firefox. This is a native Webflow interaction and just a single line of CSS code. The CSS controls the pointer events to none while the interactions control the location of the blur and it's surrounding effects.
An FAQ accordion for Webflow that includes all of the Webflow interactions to make it work. This accordion offers a simple design and is fully responsive with prebuilt interactions to make the magic happen.
Here's a demonstration of a spinning 3D sphere in Webflow via Three.js and wEBGL
Add a liquid metal background animation to your Webflow site via WebGL. Please note that this example relies heavily on scripts and custom code so you'll need to add the custom code found within the page settings.
Add a progress bar to your draggable CMS slider sections in Webflow. Typically most draggable, or third party sliders, don't offer a progress bar indicator. Using the power of Dragdealer.js you can now add a progress bar and draggable CMS slider to your Webflow site. Please note that you'll need to add the global styles HTML embed as well as the custom script found in the closing body tag within the Page settings for this to work properly.
A fun, interactive bubble blog for your Webflow site driven by Three.js. This interactive bubble blob follows the mouse around the page and moves and interacts based on it's location. A fun way of adding a dynamic and interactive background animation to your Webflow site.
An infinite scrolling vertical image interaction for Webflow. A great way of achieving a vertical scrolling looping image on your Webflow site. This technique uses custom CSS and JS so be sure to check the custom code within the Page Settings.
A fun way of adding a text color changing effect to a headline or other piece of text in Webflow. This technique uses Webflow's native interactions to achieve a color changing text effect in Webflow. This demonstration as two different methods, one which each text changes colors at a time and the second in which all texts change color and then revert back and loop again.
Here's a way to add an animated number counter on load in Webflow. Now you can add a number counter that counts up on your Webflow sites. To accomplish this you'll need to add a class to the number you want to animate. Copy and paste the code in the Settings -> Before body tag. Change the name of the class that you created for the number. Finally, modify the parameters for it to work. The parameters that can be modified are start, end, duration, delay, true, repeat, decimals, currency and the separator. Please keep in mind that this will only show on the published site and not within Webflow editor.
Four different individual text animations created with Anime.js for Webflow. These animations each create an individual letter loading animation on load. Please note that this only works on the published site. To get this to work give a class to the text that you'd like to animate. For example, animation1. Add a span to the text and give it a class of letter. Copy the code on the settings, before body and make sure that you change the class to the one that you used in the first step.
Here's an easy way of adding tooltips to your Webflow site using tippy.js. Simple tooltips have never been easier with Webflow by using tippy.js. To style them just change the custom attributes in the element settings. In order for this to work you'll need to view it on the published site and copy the custom code. This demonstration shows six different tool tip variations, including default hover, bottom tooltip, animated tooltip, tooltip without arrow and a tooltip that follows your cursor and finally a tooltip on click.
Here's a way to create a page load animation in Webflow in which circles appear at different intervals to create an animation effect. This entire animation was built using Webflow's native interactions and doesn't require any custom code to create it.
Here's a way of adding an animated progress bar to your Webflow site. All you need to do is update the width % to your preferred number. The animated progress bars add a fun Webflow interaction animation to the metrics section of your Webflow site.
Text reveals is one of the most popular animations on the web today. This demonstrates how to achieve text reveals from different locations in Webflow. It's built using a custom script so be sure to check out the custom code section in Page Settings to ensure you have the proper scripts for the text reveal examples you want to achieve.
Learn how to add a particle bounce animation to your Webflow site. This effect uses a simple copy and paste code within the custom code section. You can even customize the code to add variety to this animation.