A must have utility stack for any web designer using stacks. Drop in an X-Sizer stack to any area of your page, and the stack will output the exact width you have available in that space. No more guessing image sizes
With 2 distinct default styles built in, you can deploy a new button in seconds. You can of course continue to tweak the intuitive settings to your hearts content to create something unique to your web design.
Mobile friendly notifications. You can alert your visitors attention to anything you like, and even make the whole notification, a link to another page. Visit the demo page to see this great new stack in action.
Hunter provides a very easy way to generate a content filter menu, that will filter all items you place in the stack by categories you create on each of the items. Hunter automatically creates the filter bar from the categories you add to your items.
This stack is made for the professional web designer that knows how to write CSS to style existing elements in there page. If you have ever tried to target a stack in your page with CSS, you will know how difficult it is, as 99% of the elements have dynamically generated classes an ID's, that can't be predicted before the page actually renders
This stack provides both 2 column & 3 column options built in, and will automatically rearrange your content based upon the users screen size. You can resize the browser window here at any time to simulate different screen widths, and see how the columns rearrange them.
Responsive images are all well and good. But if your user is viewing your page on an iPhone for example, do you really want them to have to wait for a huge image file to load..? Smart image, acts like any other responsive image, scaling the image as the browser window changes size. But Smart Image will also load smaller image files on the fly.
The stack will present up to 21 of your iPhone5 screen shots in a slide show right on the device. 2 stage responsive design. When a full size iPhone5 no longer fits inside it's parent container on smaller screens, it is reduced to 50% of original size.
Place any stack anywhere. Simple in use. Simply insert the stacks teleport key, where you want the stack to display. You can also teleport stacks to the: Slogan, Title, Footer. In fact anywhere you can place text.
Calligrapher gives you the option of over 50 beautiful hand picked fonts built right into the stack. There are also great options that allows you to use over 600 Google fonts or provide the stack with your own custom font
It is simplicity it's self to set-up, all you need is a Facebook account to administrate users comments directly on your website. Just drag an instance of the stack into the page and publish to have a fully working commenting system.
You can specify from 1 to 100 lines of text to be displayed from a larger excerpt of text. The stack is fully responsive, so the specified number of lines will not change when the browser width changes.
Pic Strips adds a little style to your images to help them stand out from the crowd. Pic Strips will split your images into any number of strips, specify the gap between each strip and also the amount of vertical offset added at the top and bottom of alternate strips.
Works exactly the same as a default image stack, with an added reflection below your image. The stack is fully responsive, for use in responsive theme designs, while working equally as well in a regular non responsive theme.
There are a selection of stunning and current image filters built right into the stack, for you to choose from. The stack also responds in responsive theme designs, acting as a fluid image, but works equally as well in fixed width themes.
Agent-X can detect the device your user is viewing your page on, and serve different content that you have specified for that device. Areas are provided for each of the targets you wish to deploy content to.
When the button is clicked, it will fly an image of your choice, (usually the product image), to the your view cart button, as a strong visual to the customer that the item has been added, as well as some great eye candy.
We use the Hippo stack on many of our product pages, so you may already be familiar with the stack. It organises content into specific areas, allowing the user to quickly navigate through the content they require.
You Tube Pop allows you to light box You Tube videos, using the standard You Tube embed code. The stack will auto generate a video thumbnail as the light box trigger. Works in all browsers including IOS.
A simple stack with the purpose of presenting frequently asked questions and click to reveal answers. Clicking any of the questions slides open the compacted answer. The answer can be a plain text stack or any other stack or combination of stacks you require.
All you need to do is drop in a regular image, and the stack will create a top corner page curl for you. You can add a link to the page curl, and the hover effect is automatic. There is also a default option to hide the stack on smaller screens if it obscures any of your content.
Would you like your users to be able to print selected parts of your web page..? With ink prices at a premium, Print This: is a great way to allow users to print parts of your page they find of interest, without all the other unwanted stuff.
Responsive header text that fills 100% of it's container width. Just drop in a Dyno Text stack, and the text will fill 100% of the width of it's container. It will also dynamically re-size in responsive themes.
Hide email addresses from email harvesting robots. Email harvesting robots visit your site all the time. This stack will prevent them from obtaining email addresses you include in your page, and stop the resulting spam emails.
All you need to do is add the name of a file or folder that you have in your Rapidweaver resources section to the stack. On clicking your link, the user will then be presented with a familiar true download popup, without leaving the page.