Your flexible companion.
Spx is deeply integrated with WordPress and built on the web component standard, opening up a whole world of exciting possibilities for developers and WP users alike.
A workable toolbox for every occasion.
New element features are being added regularly while current functionality is constantly reviewed and enhanced.
Content toggle to show and hide text or images on click.
Animate all inner elements using controls like x, y and opacity.
Triggers one or multiple classes on the inner element.
Highlights a given piece of text like in a code editor.
Allows you to edit custom fields and options from the frontend.
A utility component to apply the same settings to multiple elements.
Renders an icon from the Ionicon library.
An enhanced Iframe element with enhanced capabilities.
Compare two images using a slider. (before/after)
Opens a group of images in an overlay above the page.
Lay out images or elements in masonry style (Pinterest-like) grid.
Display a device mockup (iPhone, MacBook etc.) around an image.
Render an accessible navigation from a WordPress menu.
Notate parts of a text, similar to making scribbes in a notebook.
Responsively offsets itself to the height of another element.
Add CSS classes to navigation items depending on scroll position.
Sharing buttons for the most popular social media networks.
Image slider to navigate through a gallery of images.
An infinite slideshow of images thats animated from right to left.
Wrap defined text around a circle-shaped image.
Animates text like it is being written on a typewriter.
Want to the full rundown?
A straightforward syntax makes composing elements with spx a breeze for simple and advanced use cases.
Header slot ✌️
By adopting an open web standard, spx is able to adjust its elements to the previous, current and future tools available in the WordPress world.
Goodbye large bundles.
Instead of serving a single file, spx is dynamically loading the components which are currently active on the page.