Today we’re continuing down the webflow path and creating a Twitch dynamic starting overlay. I know I said that I wanted to do something in other programs but there’s more to do in webflow. There’s also things that I know are possible there and not in other programs. This is a standalone series and you don’t need to watch the other one to get started here (even if it does help).
This week I’m going over how to create a dynamic overlay with a database. In part 2 I’m going to go over how to create animations in webflow. The database will be in webflow and it will pull in box art and title from that database. We will also go over how to work with absolute positioning and how to set up and creating a Twitch dynamic starting overlay
Let’s get started!
In Part 2 I’m going to go over how to create a animation that goes before your Twitch dynamic starting overlay or any other content. While none of these are 100% dynamic since you do need to press update they still contain a lot of dynamic features. We’re still only using the free version so keep that in mind.
I hope you enjoyed the first series and that you’ll also like this series. Let me know if you want to learn more about animations or how to do other things in webflow.
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