Love the bootstrap interface - One compelling feature that is offered "built in" to WordPress and other web builders that I have not yet seen using RapidWeaver and the Foundry suite of functionality is - where a large logo either in the center of the screen or larger than "normal" in the top left shrinks down to a minimalistic size as the user scrolls down the page, thereby animating the brand and making people scroll up and down just to watch the cool effect.
Quite a lot of sites use this feature which makes branding memorable. Equally, many people offer CSS additional code to enable this on most sites. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=html+code+shrink+logo+on+scroll&bext=msl&atb=v65-1&ia=web
One example of this in action is at: http://callmenick.com/_development/resize-header-on-scroll/
The code he offers is at: http://callmenick.com/post/animated-resizing-header-on-scroll
When I try to use this in RapidWeaver using Foundry, it won't work the way I need.
I asked this question in another topic post here in the Foundry section and was told that this might be possible using a separate stack at the top which might make this work. I'm wondering if anyone has had any success with a workaround or a separate stack using RW and the Foundry Theme / suite of capabilities.
This is a huge thing for us and I suspect many people would use this feature if it was available.