Foundry Update: Introducing Typeface font management stack
We've been steadily updating Foundry since its initial release back in July of 2016. Over that time we've made lots of improvements, added a slew of new stacks, and squashed plenty of bugs.
With this new release we're at it again. Version 188.8.131.52 brings with it a couple of new stacks, lots of improvements as well as bug fixes. It also paves the way for some more additions to the Foundry family later this year.
Posted on: May 9th, 2017
Introducing the Lunar theme for RapidWeaver 7+
While I have been spending a good deal of time working on Foundry, both adding new stacks (in v1.1 update) as well a refining things, I have also been hard at work on a new theme for RapidWeaver 7.
I wanted to get to explore the new banners feature of RapidWeaver 7 a bit more as well as build a sleek new template that I'd had rolling around in my head for a while. With that, let's take a look at the new Lunar theme.
Posted on: January 23rd, 2017
Organize your content into easy-to-navigate, paginated sections
The Pagination stack for Foundry, which was introduced in the v184.108.40.206 update, allows you to organize a lot of content into a minimal amount of space, and do it with style.
Posted on: January 5th, 2017
Move visitors through your pages using Foundry's Scroll To stack
The Scroll To stack for Foundry offers you the ability to have your visitors taken from one section of a page to another using a smooth scrolling animation. This allows you to organize your site using large banners, large sections of content and much more.
Posted on: December 6th, 2016
Add eye-catching animations to your pages using Foundry's Reveal stack
The web abounds with animations these days. Some big and bold, and some subtle, but powerful. Animations can be a good watch to draw your visitor's attention to an important detail on your site or to make a big splash.
Posted on: November 30th, 2016
Using the Foundry's A/B stack to make the hard design decisions
We, as website designers and developers can sometimes be an indecisive bunch. And even when we do decide on a direction or design right off the bat, we sometimes have to bend to the will of our clients. So when we're building pages we often come up with multiple layouts and designs to see what might work best for ourselves and our clients.
Posted on: November 7th, 2016