by Yourhead Software
The Stacks Inspector is a critical component of developing pages with Stacks. In Part 1 we will detail the first several sections of the Inspector.
The Stacks Inspector is a critical component of developing pages with Stacks. In Part 2 we detail the remaining sections of the Inspector.
This video details the usage of the Text, Markdown, HTML, Image and Site Image stacks that are included with the Stacks plugin.
This video details the usage of the 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5-column and Grid stacks that are included with the Stacks plugin.
This video details the usage of the Float, Left and Right Floating Image, Quote, Button and Header stacks that are included with the Stacks plugin.
Stacks provides a lot of flexibility in how you present your content on various devices. This video examines the use of responsive controls in Stacks to accomplish a variety of goals.
The Partials feature of Stacks is a powerful tool that makes developing and maintaining your website much more streamlined and efficient. This tutorial details how you can make Partials work for you.
The Externals feature of Stacks makes it possible to create reusable content across multiple website projects. This is a useful feature if you intend to develop multiple websites that use the same content.
The Templates feature of Stacks is a powerful tool for creating and saving sections of content layout that can be re-used throughout a project or multiple projects. Pre-made Templates can also be purchased to speed up the website development process.
This tutorial details the various tips and keyboard shortcuts that can be used to make working with Stacks much more efficient. Knowing these can save you tons of time!
If you are using a 3rd-party theme that supports the ExtraContent feature, then this tutorial explains how to take full advantage of those content areas while using Stacks.
This video presents the free 3rd-party Stacks that I recommend every RapidWeaver user add to their Stacks library.