A nice clean way to have a different looking bullet list with triangles made without an image.
In the last part of this 3 part series on the GFontsStylr Stacks from Blueball Design I want to share a tip with the FreeStack user’s out there.
You can use RapidWeaver’s built in macros inside of the GFontsStyler stacks to create awesome looks for your site title, site slogan and more with ease.
Join me as I show you the way.
In this video tutorial we are going to look at using GFontsStylr Stacks in other areas of our RapidWeaver project files.
See how you can use Pluskit and the Houdini Stack from Joe Workman to easily add Google Web Fonts where you want them.
Let’s expand the possibilities.
Introducing the GFontsStylr Stacks from Blueball Design.
In this video tutorial, we are going to look at the various HUD settings for this incredible set of stacks.
Easily add Google Web Fonts to your RapidWeaver projects.
Stacks is an extremely powerful plugin for RapidWeaver but what makes it so flexible are the ’4th party’ add-ons/elements created by indovidual (who shall be nameless for now) . Some are free, most are for sale from a select group .
Have you wondered what it takes to create a Stack Add On (plugin) ?
Do you want us to show you how ?
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Stacks Developer Class Research
The FreeStack Addon Pack 1 from Blueball Design adds 2 additional Navigation Stacks.
These 2 additions are different from the ‘stock’ Navigation Stacks. These Navigation Stacks allow you to add custom images for use in the stack.
Join me as we review these 2 additional Navigation Stacks and how to add the images needed.
The FreeStack Theme includes 2 Vertical Navigation Stacks.
In this video tutorial we are going to look at both those stacks and the differences between them.
They share the same basic HUD as the Horizontal Navigation Stacks with a single exception.
The FreeStack Theme comes ‘stock’ with 7 Navigation Stacks.
In this video tutorial we are going to review the 5 Horizontal Navigation Stacks.
Although each are similar in the HUD, they maintain separate properties that define each one.
Included with the FreeStack Theme purchase are three different Twitter Stacks. Join me in this video tutorial and we will look at all three and their various purposes.
The See Through Stack from Blueball Design is a part of the FreeStack Add-On Pack 1.
In this video tutorial we will look at the various options and how they work. The See Through Stack can be used as a terrific backdrop between you content and your custom background.
It’s easy to add a little flare to your project with this add on.
The Content Stack and Styler Stack come stock with the purchase of the FreeStack Theme.
In this video tutorial we will review both stacks, this way we can see how they differ. And see the variety of options that are available to better enable us to determine if we should use one over the other.
The nice thing about these two stacks is that you can use both on a single page in need be.
The Spacer Stack is a handy utility stack to add “white space” between other stacks, or to add space within a group of stacks. It’s an extremely simple stack to use and can be an invaluable asset in your Stack’s Library.
The Z-Index Stack from the Add-On Pack is a nice utility stack to have for those “older” unsupported stacks that just work. Some of the older lightbox stacks have preset z-index values that are quite high and tend to interfere with other content.
The Fixed Height Stack for the FreeStack Theme is a great little utility stack.
In this video tutorial we will look at the simplicity of this stack. And we’ll take the time to discuss how you can use this stack in your projects.
The Fixed Width Stack another handy utility type stack from the FreeStack Theme.
In this video tutorial we will cover the simple settings available with this stack. And we will talk about some ways that you can deploy this stack in your website project designs.