Overview of New Updates New tutorials covering the PlayListr Stack and the MapSnap Stack 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 PlayListr Stack from StackManiac creates an audio player that supports multiple audio tracks in a single player. It is a great solution for situations where you need to provide more than one audio track, without the need for multiple audio players.
The MapSnap Stack from Yabdab embeds an interactive Google map on your website. It is very flexible in its features and includes the option to display multiple locations on a single map. It can also display driving directions between the locations you define.
The PlayListr tutorial can be found in the Add-Ons > Audio/Video section of the tutorials, while the MapSnap tutorial is located under Add-Ons > Miscellaneous.
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 and DateSnap Stacks from Yabdab, and the Content Fader Stack from DK Stacks.
Coming Soon (Future Updates) I actually had one more tutorial recorded to include in this week's update, but something went wrong and I ended up with video and no audio. That tutorial discussed the topic of replacing an existing website with a new one -- using FTP to manage files on the hosting server. I will re-record that tutorial and include it in next week's update, along with a tutorial on the BackSnap Stack and another surprise topic!
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