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In the coming weeks/months we’ll be adding more tutorials and your input on what you need is very appreciated.
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I use the twenty-twenty jquery plugin all the time … like really all the time. Currently, I have to manually edit the html, css and js code for every instance in every project. It is not difficult, but somewhat repetitive, time-consuming and often prone to error. It would be great to be able to use this jQuery plugin as a reusable element from within Pinegrow’s drag-and-drop interface, properties editor and css style editor. So, I would like to request a tutorial on how to integrate this plugin into Pinegrow.
Plugin description with github link: https://zurb.com/playground/twentytwenty
Desired Usage Framework: Bootstrap 4
Below are the details of what I would like to see in the tutorial:
- Drag-Drop the plugin as many times as needed per page (typically many).
- Use Properties Editor to select the Before and After images.
- Style the colors of the draggable slider element by color-picking from one of the images.
- Position and style title boxes for the Before and After image (e.g., colors, opacity, etc.).
This would save a huge amount of time when using this plugin with Pinegrow, as well as teach the fundamentals of how to integrate such plugins to expand Pinegrow’s powerful capabilities.
Thank you for considering.
Thanks for the suggestion! I’ve never used twenty-twenty, so I’ll check it out.