On 15 June 2022, RADA announced the MVP of RadaWorks, a multichain work-to-earn protocol. Web3 designers and founders around the world can now become active contributors to the RadaWorks platform. We are building a trustless, permissionless freelance platform for the Web3 natives with an aim to empower the Web3 Creator Economy with a decentralized, multi-function platform where anyone can make money, simply by working.
In this MVP version, we will introduce a design-to-earn feature, where NFT artists can get paid by providing their valuable contributions to various projects, protocols, and communities. Our protocol simplifies the steps for different parties to collaborate, with our smart contracts acting as middlemen in such tasks relating to funding escrow and conflict resolution.
T3 Framework has recently come out with its latest feature for Megamenu: the animation effect in displaying sub-menu for Joomla! template. This happens in the seconds your sub-menu is dropping down as your mouse is hovering over a certain category in your megamenu.
We were probably the first of the Joomla template clubs to introduce Mega Menu feature with our first generation T3 framework way back in 2009. It was an instant hit and we have refined the mega menu workflow since then and in our latest T3 framework V3, we moved to jquery instead of mootools. In the template userguides, we provide screenshots of how we configure the Mega Menu as in the demo site. But what if you are trying to configure Mega Menu without any userguides? That is when this tutorial comes in to play its role.