Jack Stack and Replacing a Website Tutorials Now Available


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Overview of New Updates

A new tutorial covering the Jack Stack and a "How to..." tutorial on replacing an existing website are now available to Classroom subscribers.

Instructions for Classroom Subscribers

Login here to access your account, then navigate to the Classroom curriculum and click on the Latest Updates button for direct links to these new tutorials. I am working to improve the experience of finding and viewing new content as updates are posted, so for the time being please go through the Latest Updates button in the members' area of the Classroom curriculum.

Details of New Updates

The Jack Stack is a very impressive stack from Joe Workman that provides a lot of options for styling your content with borders, backgrounds and shadows. Jack really does too much to put into words, so you'll just have to watch this new tutorial to see what Jack can do.

I've also posted a new tutorial on the topic of replacing an existing website with a new one. If you are developing a website in RapidWeaver to replace an existing one, then there are some steps that you should take when you are ready to publish the website. This tutorial discusses a number of potential scenarios that you may encounter in this situation.

The Jack Stack tutorial can be found in the Add-Ons > Content Layout section of the tutorials, while the Replace an Existing Website tutorial is located in the Continuing Education > How to... section.

In Case You Missed It (Recent Updates)

A series of 14 new tutorials covering the Stacks 2.5 plugin were released in the first half of March. I highly recommend these new tutorials for every RapidWeaver user! Click here to learn more about these Stacks 2.5 tutorials.

The last several weeks have brought a number of new tutorials: one covering the customization of banners or slideshows in the header of 3rd-party RapidWeaver themes, another discussing a method of embedding responsive YouTube videos, and there have been several new Stack Elements tutorials covering the PaySnap, MapSnap and DateSnap Stacks from Yabdab, the Content Fader Stack from DK Stacks, and the PlayListr Stack from StackManiac.

Coming Soon (Future Updates)

Check back next week for a tutorial covering the BackSnap Stack from Yabdab, along with a series of tutorials covering the RapidSearch Pro plugin.

Thanks for your support!

Ryan

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