2021-10-12 at 5:42 pm #46095
Is that the only way to export code via Webflow or there are any alternative tools out there?
Thanks!2021-10-12 at 5:49 pm #46096
Well…we could use a little bit more detailed information as to what you are trying to export and what you are trying to accomplish but in general terms…..
WebFlow is not a requirement of Verge3d. You can write your own code by hand, use a different IDE, etc and export code from any of the solutions. Webflow offers a free account and uses blocks which makes it super simple. But if you already know how to code…I wouldn’t use it either. But you don’t have to export code from WebFlow. You can just copy and paste the CSS and the HTML into new documents you have locally and use them. You don’t need a WebFlow account either.
Its just dependent on your goals.
You could even write your own HTML and CSS inside of Verge if desired.
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Interactive Solutions2021-10-13 at 4:03 am #46107
HI Xeon of Route 66 Digital
First of all, I apologize for my lack of information …actually I don’t have any knowledge about coding or write code for the HTML/CSS…I watch tutorial below to learn how to create HTML interface and found the author using Webflow as a tool to work with Verge 3D.
I know that they are provide a free version but the free version not provide the “code export” option…so just want to know if there are any other app can do the same thing(code export) as an alternative tools…(or the Worldpress is the one of it?….)
2021-10-13 at 5:40 am #46109
- This reply was modified 5 days, 13 hours ago by gee_lau2000.
I have been where you are and also did this tutorial a very long time ago. I just checked and things have changed. You will need the Lite version to do an “export code” now. They have blocked all ways to get to the clean source without this.
There are free online coded editors like https://codepen.io/pen/ you can search for these online. There are other online editors like WebFlow as well.
The good news…if you are using version 3.8 and you are just looking at using simple menus…you might want to just use the type of menu systems found in the E-learning demo that ships with Verge3d. No coding necessary and it works well.
On the other hand if you are looking at expanding your understanding, I suggest just biting the bullet, pay for a month for $6 and go through the tutorials. You will be happy you did.
Once you are through with the tutorial turn of Webflow and find a solution that works for you.
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Interactive Solutions2021-10-13 at 9:53 am #46115
Thank you very much for those important and useful information you advised!! will take a look of them!!!
Gee2021-10-13 at 10:25 am #46116
One thing forgot to mention is,
“The good news…if you are using version 3.8 and you are just looking at using simple menus…you might want to just use the type of menu systems found in the E-learning demo that ships with Verge3d.”
You mean the Soft8Soft official YouTube channel?…where can I find the “E-learning demo”…..? :scratch:I didn’t received any “E-learning” from Verge 3D….
2021-10-13 at 2:50 pm #46134
- This reply was modified 5 days, 7 hours ago by gee_lau2000.
It’s an app demo that comes with verge3d. You should see it in the app manager list with other examples like the Swiss Army knife
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Interactive Solutions2021-10-15 at 3:23 am #46198
Oh you mean that “E-Learning”app…Okay!
Thank you very much!!
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