Let's make adding images to your Alloy blog posts easier!
I've been hard at work since the last Alloy update, at the end of January, working on some major improvements for Alloy's Editor. I'm super excited about these new additions as I think it will make everyone's life so much easier. So, no more dilly-dallying, let's just dive in to what's new...
Posted on: April 1st, 2019
Introducing the Editor stack for Alloy
For quite some time now I've wanted an online blogging solution for RapidWeaver. With the initial release of Alloy I got really close to what I wanted for such a blogging tool -- something that is easy-to-use that and is a flat-file system based around Markdown and YAML.
With the release of the free Alloy v2 update blogging with RapidWeaver is made even easier, as I've added a new stack that will help you to create an online backend for your blog, allowing you to create, modify, delete and backup your blog posts right from your website.
Posted on: January 2nd, 2019
A quirk of using page scoped Stacks controls
While working on the development of a new feature for Alloy a beta tester came across a strange quirk in the way Stacks handles page wide variables, and I'd like to go over just what this behavior is and how you might be affected.
Posted on: January 1st, 2019
Updated themes for GDPR requirements [UPDATED]
I've received a lot of email regarding questions about the European GDPR laws relating to my products. I'd like to touch on this and talk about some adjustments to themes I've made and how you can re-download your previous purchases.
Posted on: May 14th, 2018
Build your navigation bar from scratch using Mega Menu
While content is indeed king, there's another area of all sites that is almost as important -- and that is your site's navigation. Without a good navigation system your visitors are never going to find all of the great content you've created.
Most navigation systems in RapidWeaver base their navigation items on the project file's Page List -- but the Mega Menu stack that comes with Potion Pack allows you to craft your own navigation bar from the ground up.
Posted on: October 24th, 2017
Create waypoint links within your pages using the Anchor stack
Taking a visitor to a predetermined section within one of your pages is a really useful way of efficiently getting relevant content to your visitors in a simple and way -- and we've made it super simple to do with the Potion Pack's Anchor stack.
Posted on: October 19th, 2017