A fun and playful Webflow cloneable template perfect for NFTs, crypto and other Web 3.0 industry sites. This features a variety of unique interactions that bring the site to life. Upon loading the page various NFT characters pop into the header section from different points. As you scroll down the page the creators of the project are shown in a unique way and a little NFT character moves across the screen. Further down teh page a roadmap section is shown with an indicator slider is shown. Finally a FAQ section with open close accordion interactions is there.
A subtle, yet clean gradient moving background interaction created for Webflow. This cloneable was built with only Webflow native interactions and does not require any additional code or HTML embeds. The effect was created by adding 4 different circle gradients to a gradient wrapper. The moving gradients uses Webflow interactions page load trigger and manipulates the scale of each item over a timeframe. Essentially each item grows and contracts at different intervals creating the appearance of a moving gradient background that isn't overwhelming.
A full page portfolio masonry grid with a mouse hover over effect.
Add an infinite horizontal marquee to your Webflow site using only HTML & CSS. Building infinite marquees with Webflow interactions can be difficult and confusing. This solution allows you to easily add a horizontal marquee to your Webflow site using HTML embeds or Webflow's custom code. The infinite marquee is lightweight and allows you to customize the direction, as well as the speed at which the marquee is displayed on your site. Skip the confusing calculations typically required for native Webflow interactions and add an infinite Webflow horizontal marquee to your site in seconds.
A number of different examples of utilizing Countup.js in your Webflow projects. The examples include, currency count up, intervals, scroll and more. The first example loads when the page is loaded, the second example counts up when the item enters viewport, the third item counts up several items at different intervals and finally there's a currency countup that continuously counts up. This requires custom code which you can find in the custom code section of page settings. Each example is commented within the code and allows you to update the target ID as well as the final count number. The second example is the scroll into view option and can be added as shown in the code. There's also a count down example, count up example with a duration and suffix. This is a great cloneable if you plan on adding count up or count down text items to your Webflow site.
A fun interaction animation that adds confetti. Click on the waving hand for the demonstration.
Let's face it, Matter.js is fun! It adds dynamic elements to any site where you can play, throw, and drag items into each other with real like physics. This cloneable features how to utilize Matter.js with SVG bodies. While technically this is easy to accomplish this does require a bit of custom code and HTML embeds, with proper div names to work properly. You can find the custom code for Matter.js and this effect in the Webflow custom code page settings, also take note to the CSS HTML Embed located on the page. This technique uses Matter.js, pathseg.min.js and dcomp.min.js to work properly. This uses element IDs to target the matterContainer and can be further modified to your own specifications. A wonderful example of how to add Matter.js to your Webflow sites in a fairly straight forward manner.
An NFT collection with a minting dapp in Webflow. The minting works but you need to have a MetaMask wallet and you also need to have some MATIC tokens on the Polygon network to avoid high gas fees.
Full Stack dev - bring your designs or references and I'll make it real on Webflow. Navy Veteran - Submarine Officer. B.S. in EE.