Adding a Ticker Animation to your Webiny website
Adding the Vimeo feed plugin for Webiny to your Webiny website will add a sense of activity by displaying an animated "ticker". It's a great way to grab a user's attention right away.
There are Tabs and Mixed feeds available in the Webiny Vimeo feed plugin. The Mixed type mixes various RSS feeds together as you organize tabs according to the feed order.
The Vimeo feed plugin comes with an option to display the content in an animated continues scrolling. It can be used to grab the user's attention right away.
Using the "auto-refresh" feature on the Vimeo feed plugin, the feed will keep refreshing and updating on your Webiny website.
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