Far, far away, in a land where the red Indians live, another stack has been created. This new stack, Seams, can not only add a jagged line between two sections, it can add a wave, angles or – well there's a choice of twenty-three different transitions, plus the option to add your own in SVG form. The Seams can be any colour you wish, they can also float behind content and Seams can be nested to produce some very interesting effects.
JW promises that you're going to have fun adding Seams to your pages and I can assure you that if, like me, you don't view the tutorials or consult the demo document, you're going to have hours of fun. It took me an age to work out exactly what you can do with Seams (discovering what you can't do is a lot easier).
Main Stack settings
Size and Position
Canvas Height – px
Position – Top, Float, Bottom
Add Bottom Seam – Deactivated by default
Content – Top, Float, Bottom – adds a content container to the child stack.
Child Stack settings
Varies, depending on the seam chosen. Allows you to fully customise each transition.
Check out the demo page at the Weaver's Space and get some inspiration for you next section dividers!
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