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20 cool hover animations for your next project

Published 14 days ago • 2 min read

Hey Webflow developers,

Thanks for tuning into the first issue of FlowLetter; I'm glad you're here. My goal is to share the best content on building with Webflow. Here's what I've got for you this week.

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Links of the week

20 Line Hover Animations

Resource

If you ever wanted to add cool animations to your Webflow project, this is the clonable for you. Built by Dhruv Sachdev, it includes 20 CSS link effects.

How to embed an iframe in Webflow

Learn Something New

Iframes are a popular way to embed content from other sources on your website. Here's my guide on how to embed iframes and as a bonus I'll show you how to make them responsive (which can be tricky)

3 Ways to Make Website Pop-Ups Not Suck

Learn Something New

Pop–ups are everywhere, and most of the time, they suck. Nikolai Bain brings a few tips on how to make it better:

  • Make them fit your brand
  • Give people a clear offer
  • Time your pop-up right

Bento.me clone

Free Template

A cool clone of the popular Bento.me personal website. Pair it with a nice domain with your name, and you've got yourself a beautiful place online.

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Personal update

This week, I've decided to pivot this very newsletter, and I am very excited about this change.

I've been publishing newsletters for the past 2 years, and I've been iterating on the topics and niches I'm writing for. This is my next iteration. I do hope it's my last 🙂.

I'd like this newsletter to be for the people working with Webflow, building a pet project, their next startup, or creating websites for clients.

If you have any feedback, good and bad, or ideas on what you'd like to see in this newsletter, I'd love to hear it. You can reply to this email and it will go straight to my inbox.

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Useful links

​​Webflow pre-launch checklist​ – the checklist I use to launch my Webflow websites to dot the Is and cross the Ts.​

​IdeaPad​ – my Notion system for capturing all of my product/business ideas.

​My User Interview Toolkit​ – my 10+ years of talking to users summarized in one step-by-step guide with templates to get you started.

​FlowGo – our Webflow design agency, I run with my wife. If you want to save time building marketing websites or complex projects, we'd be happy to help you.

👋 Thanks for reading! See you next Sunday!

Ondrej – @oprostrednik​

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by Ondrej Prostrednik

A newsletter for the Webflow community. Sharing tools, tutorials, and my insights from building our Webflow agency.

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