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The Native Webflow Animations Scene is a powerful demonstration of the capabilities of Webflow's native interactions. This cloneable template showcases a Mad Max movie intro page that pushes the limits of Webflow interactions to the max, all without the use of gifs, gimmicks, or lottie/SVG animated files. This template is a great way to see just how far you can take Webflow's native interactions and can be a useful resource for anyone looking to create dynamic and visually striking animations on their website. The Native Webflow Animations Scene was created by Alex Hartan and is categorized under Animation, Scroll, and Interactions. Whether you're looking to create dynamic animations on your website or simply want to explore the capabilities of Webflow's native interactions, the Native Webflow Animations Scene is an excellent choice.

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 adding a water mouse hover ripple effect to your Webflow site. Simply add a tiny code and the javascript library and you're all set.

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.

A method to highlight text on page scroll in Webflow. A unique a fun interaction in which the text on the page begins to highlight as you scroll down the page. Each letter even partially highlights depending on where you've scrolled on the page. This effect uses GSAP and Scrolltrigger.js to create the effect. You'll need to add the custom code found on page settings for this to work properly.

A fully cloneable animated blurry gradient background that can be used on your hero section, or other sections of your site. Helps add a layer of dynamic elements to your Webflow site. This is a 100% native solution with Webflow interactions and utilizes colored div blocks with CSS scaling.

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 way of utilizing sticky cards that stack on scroll in Webflow. Using position sticky and a scrolling into view interaction allows for this effect without any custom code.

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.

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Here are several demonstrations of mouse hover interactions as well as text page scroll animations and transitions for various sections of a Webflow site.

Using Webflow's 3D transform, custom animations and a bit of JS you're now able to recreate the Star Wars intro on your Webflow site. Please note that there's custom code required for this to work which you can find within the closing body tag of the Page Settings. There are two scripts, one that powers the music and the other that powers the moving stars.

How about a 3D interactive iPad mockup in Webflow? Here's a way to add an interactive, 3D iPad mockup to your site.

A fun way of creating a 3D animated menu in Webflow. Creating a 3D perspective effect when expanding the hamburger menu. This is a simple, yet effective way, to break out of the typical menu design.

A unique demonstration of the capabilities of Webflow interactions to create an animated solar system. This demonstration utilizes primarily Webflow's native interactions and rather simple interactions to demonstrate the rotation of the planets in our solar system. What seems like a rather confusing and extensive site is built using Webflow's native interactions and simple timed rotating interactions.

How far can you push Webflow's native interactions? In this demonstration you'll find a Mad Max movie intro page that showcases just how far you can push the limits of Webflow interactions. There are no gifs, gimmicks, or lottie/SVG animated files being used here.

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