Calling these elements user-unfriendly and distracting is a little oversimplified to my taste. There’s a reason CSS3 animations and keyframes are becoming more and more popular (see my Morphext
Stacks for example)! As long as they are used in moderation, they can do just what the W3C considers undesirable: attract the human eye, thus emphasizing elements on a page (a time limited offer for example).
And what about vintage design? I have a nostalgic mind, so I enjoy retro elements in a design, and I’m sure I’m not alone in this.
Reason enough to bring back the
elements for RapidWeaver users – with stacks that use the latest technology (CSS3 animations and keyframes).Demo
See above, next to the icons; and below, under Usage. And: in case you missed it, the ‘Geocities’ page
shows an abundant use of both stacks.Usage
- Drag any stack that can contain text (or HTML) into the dropzone of the stack.
- Mark the text you want to blink with underline (Format > Underline, cmd-U or manually with
- By default, the underlining will be removed. Use the option remove underlining to prevent this.