The Vimeo Feed widget comes with a “ticker” animation that imitates an old news ticker and adds a sense of action to your page. Use it to immediately grab the user’s attention.
You can select between tabbed and mixed feeds in the Vimeo Feed widget. If you choose the Tabs type, you will organize your tabs by the order of your Vimeo feeds, whereas the Mixed type will mix together the various Vimeo feeds.
Vimeo Feed widgets include an animated "ticker" that mimics old news tickers and gives your page a sense of action. Grab your user's attention immediately by using it.
Using the "auto-refresh" option on the Vimeo Feed widget, you can keep refreshing the feed so that the new posts are displayed.
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