These tutorials feature some powerful addons that allow you to create complex layouts, connect to databases, password protect content, accept card payments, and more with ease.
Run Time 26:03
There are times when certain pages on you site have a lot of content, making it hard for viewers to navigate through the page. To make things easier for your viewers you could create a "sticky" navigation bar that automatically scrolls the page to each section of content. In this lesson we'll teach you how to create a sticky navigation bar using the [Rails stack](http://rapidweavercommunity.com/addons/stacks/rails). We'll go in-depth on how to structure your content, how to customise the navigation, and add some custom CSS along the way. Enjoy!
Run Time 14:48
Often you'll want your customers to be able to easily contact your company, so rather than having a dedicated contact page I like to build a “Contact Us” modal that popups on top of the existing content, removing the need for a boring Contact Us page. I'll show you how to build a “Contact Us” button that animates in a modal containing a fully customised form. We'll be using the [Focus stack by Elixir](http://rapidweavercommunity.com/rapidweaver/addons/stacks/focus), and [FormLoom 3 by YabDab](http://rapidweavercommunity.com/rapidweaver/addons/plugins/formloom-3) to build everything. We'll even touch on a couple of organisational techniques as well. Enjoy!
Ben Counsell is a full-stack web developer who has been working on RapidWeaver for all of his professional career. His unique insight in to web development, design, and RapidWeaver will inspire you to build amazing websites.