Here are some tools, resources and recommendations you may find useful for your next or any future projects. Will continue to grow 😉
Create a smooth continuous slider for all kinds of content such as testimonials, logos, and more. Use simple attributes to control the settings of each ticker.
A beautiful themeable date picker / calendar with plenty of useful options. Supports several languages, date ranges and much more.
One click trigger to change & swap text, urls, attributes, display properties and more.
Find all text that matches a string value, wrap them in a span element to style and/or replace the string value.
With this crumb we can simply create what is commonly known as floating form labels. A UI effect that allows you to display form labels as placeholders initially and animate them to typical labels.
Shape the edge of your sections, buttons or other elements to give them more character with some CSS using the clip-path property.
Add a custom date picker to your form for consistent date input. No more manually typing it in for your visitors. Customize the look to match your design.
Smooth accordion that automatically closes an accordion item when a new one is selected. All elements are handled directly in Webflow.
Disable the option for any user to highlight and select an element on your web page.
This simple CSS snippet will apply a background frosted blur effect like Apple is known for.
With this snippet you can change the selection / highlight colors that you see when selecting a bit of text for example.
This awesome code crumb will hide the submit button on any form until the email is validated in the email input field. Adds a really nice visual experience.
This snippet will generate the text dynamically for the correct weekday where ever you want in your project.
This snippet allows you to customize the select field for your forms replacing the default select UI and UX for an arguably nicer one.
This small snippet allows you to animate or add a transition to your placeholder text when an input field is focused. You can expand on the transition animations to whatever you'd like.
Here is an HTML table you can use in your Rich Text Elements or E-Commerce websites for products or simply to show data since Webflow doesn't natively support it yet.
This one line of CSS code will ignore any cursor (pointer) event such as clicks or hovers etc.This can be useful if you have a video or a gif that is not necessary for your users to interact with.
This small bit of CSS will remove those unwanted shadows that show up on Safari's default input field styles. This way your forms input fields can look the way you intended them to.
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