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Link Drawer for RapidWeaver

The folks at the One Little Designer smithy seem to be working overtime. They just released yet another interesting stack. In a similar vein to Action Menu, Link Drawer is a home for your links or menu items. It can be fixed at the top, or the bottom of your page, or it can be placed inline.

Link Drawer – 1LDThe Link Drawer toggle can be as wide as the container that it is enclosed in, or set to a fixed pixel width.
The drawer too! The drawer also allows you to set the number of columns it displays – for Desktop, Tablet and mobile devices. So if you set the drawer to 4 columns wide and then add 8 Drawer Items, you will have a grid with 4 x 2 link items on the desktop.
Each Drawer Item displays an Icon and a text. The Icon can be chosen from FontAwesome, Google Material Icons, or Ion Icons, but if you prefer, you can also add your own icons, i.e. a png, or a jpg image. Sadly SVG's are not (yet?) recognised.

Link Drawer – 1LD

Stack settings

General
Start Collapsed – Default
z-Index – Set by default to a pessimistic 1 quadrillion. I've recently seen this number before somewhere?? Today's developers seem to be obsessed by being top of the pile!
Max Width – in px
Breakpoints – Tablet, Mobile
Columns – Desktop, Tablet, Mobile

Drawer
Font Family – 14 Options, including Custom.
Outer Margin
Corner Radius
Border Weight
Border Colour
Shadow
Background – Off, Colour, Gradient, Image

Items
Icon Size – Desktop, Tablet, Mobile
Text Size – Dito
Icon Colour – Initial, Hover
Text Colour – Dito
Background [Colour] – Dito
Border Colour – Dito
Gutters
Content Spacing – Spacing between Icon and Text
Padding – Vertical Horizontal
Radius

Toggle
Hide Icon
Fill Mode – Full, Pixel
Width – px
Alignment –Left, Centre, Right
Height – px
Text – Open, Close
Background [Colour] – Initial, Hover
Icon [Colour] – Dito

Link Drawer Item
Link
Icon
Use Custom Icon
Responsive Hid

As you can see by the list of settings, Link Drawer is highly configurable and I can see many uses for it.
My only 'criticism', if you'd like to call it that, is the lack of support for SVG icons and the inability to alter the toggle Icon.

Otherwise — a great stack!

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