The Fullpage set of stacks let you easily create beautiful web pages that users can scroll through, vertically as well as horizontally.
Here's the demo so you can quickly see what it's about.
You can use images, short video clips or use solid colours as backgrounds. Each screen can be as simple or as sophisticated as you like.
Scroll Duration: this controls how long the scrolling animation lasts. The scrolling animation comes on when you navigate from slide to slide.
Autoplay Vert/Hori slides: these options will cause the web page to scroll vertically and horizontally (if Fullpage Horizontal Slides are present).
Show Menu: this will display an automatically-generated top-menu to be shown. This menu will display links to the other pages in your RapidWeaver project.
Show Footer: when checked, this will let you display a footer on every slide on the page.
Show Vert. Pager: when checked, vertically-scrolling slides will show a left or right pager. If you are also using Horizontal slides, then don't check this.
Show Hori. Pager: when checked, horizontal-scrolling slides will show a top or bottom pager.
Here you can define if you want to use a background image or a solid color for your slide.
Horizontal slides only have a background image option. If this isn't used, then the enclosing Fullpage Content stack's background setting is used.
To create horizontal slides, first drag in a Fullpage Content Stack onto the page. Then drag one or more Fullpage Horizontal Slide stacks into this empty Fullpage Content Stack.
Drag a Fullpage Video Slide stack into a Fullpage Content stack to use it.
It supports MP4 and WebM videos. Just enter the URL of an MP4 video (and optionally, WebM video URL) into the fields.
Recommended: use a very short clip. Audio is not required.
Note: Horizontal slides won't work with video backgrounds. Instead use an image or use a colour.
Once you tick that, another option called "Anchors" will be shown. In here, you have to enter the names of each Page of your Fullpage stack, like this:
'firstPage', 'secondPage', 'thirdPage'
If you have, for example, 5 pages, then you have to enter exactly 5 unique names there, no more, no less.
Once done, you can link to any page. For example, to link to secondPage, the anchor will be: #secondPage. You can use the standard RapidWeaver/Stacks way of creating links to do this.