Shiloh Cabinetry is built by W. W. Wood Products, Inc., a family-owned company since its beginning in 1977. The company setup shop in Dudley, Missouri, a rural town of under 300 people, and has remained there since the beginning. Dudley is a very rural town about 2 1/2 hours south of St. Louis, Missouri, in the “bootheel” of the state.
We began as a moulding and milled lumber supplier working out of a small shed. Over the years, we evolved and grew to become one of the largest independent suppliers of cabinetry in the country. With this growth, we expanded our facilities and our capabilities. Now, we have around 1.5 million square feet of manufacturing space with some of the best equipment available. We have enjoyed steady, robust growth because of our family style of management that allows us to respond quickly to the ever-changing cabinet market. This style of management also focuses on a commitment to quality, driven by the dedicated and hard-working team members throughout the organization.
Our company is extremely self-sufficient, relying very little on outside sources to provide components to build our cabinetry. This allows us to control the product quality from start to finish, as well as maintain our extremely high on-time delivery rate and fast turnaround. We invest heavily in state-of-the-art equipment to stay at the forefront of the cabinet industry.
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Press "Ctrl + E" or "Cmd + E" in the Designer and enable "Select on-page element".
Search for the class named, "Cloneable Area".
Copy the element inside this container to your own project.
Rename the classes accordingly if they are clashing with your project.
Ensure custom code from the in-page setting has been copied into your project as well (if there's any).
'Page Trigger' interaction can't be copied directly. You can only clone the whole project, or rebuild it.
A simple trick to copy the 'Page Trigger' interaction into another project is as below:
1. Create a dummy element.
2. Apply any type of 'Element trigger' into the dummy element and select the 'Page Trigger' animation.
3. Copy the dummy element with the animations applied into your new project.
4. The animation should have been copied into your project and you can reapply the 'Page Trigger' animation into your project.
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