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Quarantine Stack

Allows you to place other stacks in Quarantine so they will never be seen in preview or the published page.


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Requires: Stacks v3.5 or greater.
Version : 2.0.5
Released: 7/6/2014
Last Updated : 17/12/2017

Stack Info

Overview

The stack is designed to allow you to place other stacks inside of it that you may have spend some time setting up, but you'd like to temporarily remove from your page, instead of deleting them.

The stack is not just hiding it's content with CSS, it's using an element of the plugin API that ensures the contents of the stack are never even exported to the Rapidweaver preview, or the published page.

Settings

In this section, we have provided a comprehensive list of available settings, and a full description of what each of the settings does for the stack.

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Compact Mode:
In compact mode, all stacks placed inside are hidden from view, to enable you to continue editing the page unobstructed by the stacks you have quarantined.

Edit Mode

We pay great attention to how we approach the editing interface of every stack, to ensure intuitive ease of use.

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FAQ

Important information that is pertinent to this stack. Please read, as there may well be something here that is essential to the deployment of this stack.

Browser support

This stack is supported in all modern browsers.

Safari

Chrome

Firefox

Explorer

Known compatibility issues

If you place a stack inside that uses javascript that has not been coded defensively, this can cause issues in the page. If you place a stack inside and see anything unusual when previewing the page, remove the stack from Quarantine, and see if the unusual behaviour stops. If it does, then the stack can not be placed inside Quarantine.

Stack installation

Download.

After purchase, you will be sent an email containing a download link for the stack.
Download the zip file from the link, and unzip it to reveal the stack inside.
You should now see the stack as a logo style icon.

Normal installation.

Double click the un-zipped stack file (the one that looks like a piece of lego).
This will launch Rapidweaver if it was not already running, to automatically install the stack.
Rapidweaver handles the install process from here. Guiding you through a couple of simple clicks to complete the installation.
Re-start Rapidweaver to ensure the installation is complete.
You will now see the new stack in the Stacks plugin library.

Installation where more than one version of Rapidweaver is installed.

Sometimes if there is more than one version of Rapidweaver installed on your system, the double click method launches the wrong version of Rapidweaver to install the stack. To ensure the it is installed into the version you want to install to, you can, instead of double clicking the stack, just drag and drop it onto the appropriate Rapidweaver app icon in your dock at the bottom of your screen.

This will launch Rapidweaver if it was not already running, to automatically install the stack.
Rapidweaver handles the install process from here. Guiding you through a couple of simple clicks to complete the installation.
Re-start Rapidweaver to ensure the installation is complete.
You will now see the new stack in the Stacks plugin library.

Live Demo

There really is no live demo. The whole point of the stack is to never see it, or anything you place inside it in either preview, or in the published page. This is a look at what the stack looks like in edit mode, ready to allow you to drop any other stack inside.

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