Sync Widgets

Create advanced layouts by syncing two or more item based widgets.

Sync Tabs + Carousel

The current building dates mostly from 1753 and replaced an earlier church on the site. It is constructed of stone with a slate roof.

This building, now a shop, was originally Poulton Savings Bank, built in 1839.  It is symmetrical, constructed of brick with stone.

Widgets used in the section above: Remote Bullets, Content Tabs, Card Carousel
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Sync Carousel + Background Slider

Widgets used in the section above: Card Carousel, Remote Item Navigation, Remote Counter, Remote Arrows
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Places Of The World

Widgets used in the section above: Remote Counter, Icon Carousel, Image Card Carousel, Remote Arrows

Filtering Two Synced Widgets Togther

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Resturants
Coffe Shops
Boston Barista
Boston Barista
Club Coffee
Club Coffee
Coffee Express
Coffee Express
Coffee House
Coffee House
Widgets used in the section above: Tabs Filter, Remote Arrows, Post List, Post Carousel
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Widgets used in the section above: Remote Counter, Post Carousel, Remote Arrows

Connect Testimonial & Content Carousel Together

Use Remote Arrows for full control

Widgets used in the section above: Content Carousel, Testimonial Carousel, Remote Arrows
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Widgets used in the section above: Team Member Carousel, Remote Arrows, Remote Tabs

Connect Accordion with Hotspots

Sync two widgets together.

Wheel
A bicycle wheel is a wheel, most commonly a wire wheel, designed for a bicycle. A pair is often called a wheelset, especially in the context of ready built "off the shelf" performance-oriented wheels.
Pedal
The pedal is the part of a bicycle that the rider pushes with their foot to propel the vehicle. It provides the connection between the cyclist's foot or shoe and the crank allowing the leg to turn the bottom bracket spindle and propel the bicycle's wheels.
Handlebar
A bicycle handlebar is the steering control for bicycles. It is the equivalent of a tiller for vehicles and vessels, as it is most often directly mechanically linked to a pivoting front wheel via a stem which in turn attaches it to the fork.
Fork
A fork typically consists of two blades which are joined at the top by a fork crown. The crown is often at the front. Most suspension forks have an arch connecting the two side of the lowers (the part connected to the axle.)
Widgets used in the section above: Content Accordion, Hotspots