Please note:
As of 1st January 2019, I am no longer providing free updates or coupon codes for previous purchases, including the stacks listed on this webpage. This information supersedes any previous mentions about receiving free updates. Please see this RapidWeaver discussion for details. If you have any comments about this policy, you can discuss them on the RapidWeaver forums, where somebody might be able to assist you further.
Stacks on this page are organised A - Z. You can use your browser search function cmd + f to search this page.
AddEvent v2
Listed here for archival use only (i.e. if Stacks complains the stack is missing when you open a project file). Until February 2020, this stack was previously hosted on SeyDesign.com and had a bundle ID of com.seydesign.stack.addevent. This version of AddEvent works but is no longer receiving automatic updates. The newest version of AddEvent (with update support) is available to download from your secure Paddle account or purchase from the product page here. This newer version has an orange and white icon, when you search for it in your Stacks library. It is recommended you use the newest version of AddEvent when building new webpages.
ActionHost
Version 1.1.2 developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. The stack received an extensive upgrade / update in 2017. The latest version can be found here.
AnchorPoint v1
Version 1.1.2 developed by RWExtras. The stack received a major update (version 2) in October 2020 and was re-released through Stacks4Stacks. The latest version can be found here.
AnimateIt
Version 1.1.2 developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. The stack received an extensive upgrade / update in 2017. The latest version can be found here.
Background Stretcher and Full Screen Slider
Both stacks were formally developed by RWExtras. The stacks appear to work okay, but compatibility with some RW themes is limited. Quite a few themes already apply elements to the page background and themes have progressively become more complicated. It's probably better to choose and use a theme marketed specifically as having support for animated page background slideshows, like a couple of the ThemeFlood designs.
Back To Top
Formally developed by RWExtras. This is the older version of the stack that's no longer developed. A newer version has been released through Stacks4Stacks, which includes a couple of bug fixes and user-requested features. You can access this latest version here. Existing users of the stack may be able to obtain the latest version free, using the order lookup link at the bottom of this page.
ChatStack
The stack isn't compatible with the newer version of jQuery that Stacks and RapidWeaver use. Also Mozilla Foundation have since mothballed their 'labs' project, so updates to the underlying Together.js plugin aren't forthcoming any more. You should consider using another online / website chat service instead, like Zopim.
CloudNine
The plugin which CloudNine was built on failed to work in newer web browsers (like Chrome 40). Although an update was published, it was found this radically altered the underlying source code, which was found to no longer work with RapidWeaver. SoundCloud recently made a whole bunch of changes to their API; which has subsequently broken a lot more SoundCloud addons. It appears SoundCloud are wanting users to make use of the widgets they provide on the website, rather than third-party addons. If you want to create an audio playlist that you host yourself, then the Playlister 2 stack (released on 2nd November) is a brilliant upgrade path.
Charts v2
This stack was formally developed by Jonathan Head at Nimblehost and distributed under the SeyDesign brand. The stack still works, but is not mobile responsive. The stack received a major update in December 2020 and the latest version is now listed here.
Codafy v2
Listed here for archival use only (i.e. if Stacks complains the stack is missing when you open a project file). Until February 2020, this stack was previously hosted on SeyDesign.com and had a bundle ID of com.seydesign.stack.codafy. This version of Codafy works but is no longer receiving automatic updates. The newest version of Codafy (with update support) is available to download from the product page here. This newer version has an orange and white icon, when you search for it in your Stacks library. It is recommended you use the newest version of Codafy when building new webpages.
Compact Form
Formally developed by RWExtras. The day before this stack was retired, an update was made to fix some text encoding problems in emails and a couple of other minor bugs. So the stack was working perfectly at the time it was taken off the marketplace. It never sold in very large numbers, probably owing to the fact it was using PHPMail, instead of something newer and more reliable like SMTP. If you need contact forms on your website, there are better alternatives around like FormsPlus by Chilidog or MachForm.
Conditionals
Although the stack still works perfectly for the conditional display of content in Internet Explorer 5.5 - 9, Microsoft has since discontinued support for these older web browsers. So this stack is no longer relevant to use. Most RapidWeaver users are no longer required to build websites that support older versions of Internet Explorer.
CSV To Table
This version was formally developed and sold by RWExtras. This version is no longer updated or supported. There was a known issue with certain table styling options not working in newer themes. The stack was moved over to Stacks4Stacks in October 2020 and received an update to fix some longstanding bugs and add four new features that had been requested. The latest version is available here. Past customers may be able to download this latest version free, using the order lookup link at the bottom of this page. The latest version has an orange and white icon.
Deli
Originally developed to imitate the image / caption style that the old Deli.cio.us website used to use. Deli worked fine, but was a bit tedious to use (because it defaulted to a non-responsive state). We took the opportunity in May 2016 to totally rewrite the Deli stack and replace it with the HighLight stack. You'll find the HighLight stack easier to setup with more customisable features. HighLight also uses modern HTML5 figure / figcaption markup; which is great for search engine optimisation and website accessibility.
DropCMS v1
Originally developed to read text files you stored on Dropbox.com, and embed the content within the page. This could act as a simple content management system, letting to edit content remotely. As of 15th March 2017 Dropbox no longer support hot-linked files in public folders. DropCMS could still be relevant for use with file uploading stacks like Droplet or FileMan. The new stack (version 2) removes references to DropBox and adds options to control what happens when files are unavailable for display.
Exit Intent
Formally developed and sold by RWExtras. This stack has been moved over to the Stacks4Stacks website here and updated to include some new features. The version listed here is no longer supported or receiving updates. Past customers may be able to download the latest version using the order lookup link at the bottom of this page.
Expiry v1
This is a download link for the 2013 release of Expiry. The latest version of Expiry is available here.
FadeIn
Replaced by the more powerful AnimateIt stack. FadeIn was still working at the time it was discontinued, but parts of its jQuery Javascript is known to be incompatible with jQuery v3.
FancyCurtain and FancyIntro
Version 2.0.0 developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. The stack received an extensive upgrade / update in 2017. The new Curtains stack is available here and the latest version of FancyIntro is available here.
FancyViewr
A lightbox stack developed by Aaron Marquez, built on the FancyBox jQuery plugin. FancyViewr has incompatibility issues with Stacks 3 and jQuery 2, and the updated FancyBox script is not available under MIT license any more. FancyViewr was replaced with FancyViewer during August 2015. This newer stack is based off TopBox.
Figure
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
FloatingContent
Version 1.2.5 developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. This stack got an enormous update in 2017 with support for features like close buttons and cookie tracking. The newer version is ideal for things like cookie popup messages and GDPR compliance in combination with CookieManager. Access the latest version of the stack here.
Font Awesome
Formally developed by RWExtras. The Font Awesome stack sold in very low numbers. This stack uses the older Font Awesome 4.7 icon library, rather than the new version 5 or version 6 Font Awesome libraries. So it's use may be somewhat limited. There isn't an update available for this stack currently. But if enough people request an update (or are willing to sponsor it) it might be considered.
Font Resizer Ultimate
Formally developed by RWExtras. This stack seemed to work okay in some themes, but not others. And the list of incompatible themes seemed to grow slowly larger! The buttons to control font sizing were not particularly attractive to look at. Of course, there are much newer ways of controlling font sizing in websites nowadays, thanks to cool features in CSS like responsive viewport sizing and clamps.
Hide-N-Show
Version 1.3.3 developed by Tsooj Media. The newest version of this stack is now provided for free on the ThemeFlood website, for exclusive use in ThemeFlood themes. See here.
Hijax
This stack was formally developed by Jonathan Head at Nimblehost. The stack still worked at the time of being discontinued, but sold in very few numbers. It was therefore no longer viable to continue development of Hijax. The Hijax stack was previously used to load files or content from other sources using AJAX. Stacks like TopBox and Switcher are likely to provide a better solution for loading content via AJAX.
HV Slider Stacks
Version 1.1.2 developed by Tsooj Media. The newest version of this stack is now provided for free on the ThemeFlood website, for exclusive use in ThemeFlood themes. See here. Rebranded as 'Henk's Slider'.
HV Tabs
Version 1.2.0 developed by Tsooj Media for Henk Vrieselaar and his 'HV-Tabs' theme. We understand this stack was originally bundled in older versions of the HV-Tabs theme for RapidWeaver 5. It was not sold as a separate stack for use in other themes. Tabs theme is now managed by ThemeFlood and is available to buy here. A newer tabs stack called Tabtastic was put together for use in all newer free and paid ThemeFlood theme designs and can be downloaded from the ThemeFlood stacks page.
GrayScale
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
GrayScale2
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Guttenberg
Formally developed by RWExtras. This stack appears to still work for creating CSS columns in basic themes. However the QuickColumns stack might be a better solution to use. This stack has a far nicer user interface and full control over the width of the breakpoints (a popular feature).
Image Mapper
Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. Updated in 2017 with a great many changes. See this webpage for the latest version.
ImageRoundr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
ImageSlicr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015. This stack was not working in Stacks 3 when it was last tested and may be incomplete.
InstaViewer
Instagram is now owned by Facebook and it has been announced that the Instagram Basic API will be shutdown in early 2020. Although security is cited as a reason behind this change, we are all aware that the real reason is Facebook's desire to increase ad-revenue from the platform and collect more user data. Without a method to pull Instagram content into a webpage, this effectively starves InstaViewer of content and removes its ability to function. The product page currently lists some alternative stacks to use for building user-editable galleries.
JunkieCart
E-Junkie did a major update to their shopping cart service and APIs. This stack is no longer compatible. Please refer to the E-Junkie website, for the latest 'add to cart' and 'view cart' button code snippets to use in your websites. The new E-Junkie shopping cart is very nicely implemented.
Layerz
Quite a sophisticated stack formally made by RWExtras. However the BoxCanvas stack offered though Stacks4Stacks is a fresher approach towards creating intricate banners and a complimentary version is available for ThemeFlood theme customers to use too. If there are features missing in Layerz that you want to see in BoxCanvas, please get in touch and we'll look at getting them added for you.
Line Graph
Formally developed and sold though the RWExtras website. This stack appears to still work, but has not sold any copies in a very long time! Strangely graphs and charts don't seem to be something many RW users have use for? The focus for now is to try and update the Nimblehost 'Charts' stack to make it fully responsive - this stack already has a phenomenal feature set and can output various charts with beautiful styling. So perhaps keep an eye open for this one being re-released.
Line Graph
Formally developed and sold though the RWExtras website. During December 2020, the stack was renamed to LineGraph and re-released through this website. The new version available here on Stacks4Stacks includes some important bug fixes, increases the number of series plot line colours and adds more style settings.
Liquid Gallery
Previously developed and sold through the RWExtras website. This is quite honestly one of the prettiest image slideshow stacks available, with stunning animation effects. So we are really pleased to be able to update and offer LiquidGallery here at Stacks4Stacks. The link above is for the original Liquid Gallery stack which works, but is no longer receiving support or updates. The version hosted on Stacks4Stacks here was updated to include more responsive behaviour settings and other good features. Past customers of the RWExtras Liquid Gallery may be able to update for free, using the order lookup link at the bottom of this page. The latest version has an orange and white icon.
List Builder
Quite an old stack developed by RWExtras. Since this stack was made, the Stacks plugin introduced support for Markdown, which makes the creation of lists a whole lot easier. And Stacks4Stacks released the Lister stack a couple of years ago, which is capable of creating almost any conceivable style of list. Therefore the Lister stack could be the best option to use going forwards.
Live Thumb
Formally developed by RWExtras. This stack still works. But the problem is that a growing number of websites now block themselves from being displayed inside iFrames (due to security concerns) and there are potential privacy issues of using iFrames. Therefore this stack is no longer receiving any support or updates. It is still listed here if you want to try and use it for a special situation.
Lorem Ipsum
Version 1.2.3. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. Updated in 2017 with support for more dummy text libraries and a new user interface. See this webpage for the latest version. Renamed to LoremUtility.
Master Gallery
An old thumbnail / slideshow stack, one of the original stacks made by RWExtras. It appears to work, but is not an especially attractive slider solution. There are newer and nicer looking slideshows available. LiquidGallery is a good alternative.
Mobilize v1
Listed here for archival use only (i.e. if Stacks complains the stack is missing when you open a project file). Until February 2020, this stack was previously hosted on SeyDesign.com and had a bundle ID of com.seydesign.stack.mobilize. This version of Mobilize works but is no longer receiving automatic updates. The newest version of Mobilize (with update support) is available to download from your secure Paddle account or purchase from the product page here. This newer version has an orange and white icon, when you search for it in your Stacks library. It is recommended you use the newest version of Mobilize when building new webpages. The newer version of Mobilize also works better with SSL.
Mootable
Moot was rebranded to Muut. The API this stack was using to embed Muut into a RapidWeaver website is no longer available. See the Muut website for newer options to add Muut to your project.
Multi Player
The link above points to the older version developed by RWExtras. Work is underway on a major update to this stack and the newest version will be available here. Past customers may be able to update to this new version free, using the order lookup link at the bottom of this page.
MyMenu v3
Listed here for archival use only (i.e. if Stacks complains the stack is missing when you open a project file). Until February 2020, this stack was previously hosted on SeyDesign.com and had a bundle ID of com.seydesign.stack.mymenu. This version of MyMenu works but is no longer receiving automatic updates. The newest version of MyMenu (with update support) is available to download from your secure Paddle account or purchase from the product page here. This newer version has an orange and white icon, when you search for it in your Stacks library. It is recommended you use the newest version of MyMenu when building new webpages. The newer version of MyMenu has an improved editing interface.
News Ticker Basic and Styled
Version 2.0.2. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. Updated in 2017 with support for more dummy text libraries and a new user interface. See this webpage for the latest version.
OldBrowsr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. The functionality previously provided by this stack was included in an update to the free Conditionals stack.
PaddleBoard
A stack for incorporating the Paddle.com shopping cart into your website, with extra options to display admin controls on your webpages and a 'terms and conditions' popup at the start of the checkout process. At the time of being discontinued, this stack was working fine. But I no longer use Paddle in any websites, so I'm unable to keep the stack updated to work with the latest APIs.
PageHighlightr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. The functionality previously provided by this stack was included in an update to the free UsefulStack.
PageLoadr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. This stack no longer works with all RapidWeaver themes (some elements can sometimes display in-front of the loader). This isn't a true page loader, in the sense that it will only display briefly and will vanish; even if the page is still loading. The updated PageLoader stack overcomes this problem and has significantly more loading effects that work reliably in different themes and web browsers and is now the recommended one to use.
ParallaxSlider
This stack was formally developed by Jonathan Head at Nimblehost. The stack still works, but is not mobile responsive and sold in very few numbers. Because it is no longer viable to keep updated, it has been listed here as a free download.
Payments
Formally developed by Jeremy Blaze and Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com.
Photo Box
Formally developed by RWExtras. It is planned to take the lightbox effect used by this stack and build it into the updated ProGallery stack.
Pinnable
Was available has a private Beta for a couple of years, but never got released. When last tested, the stack was still working in Stacks 2 and Stacks 3. The ImageWizard stack (released in September 2015) has a more customisable and simplified method of sharing images to Pinterest, and this is the recommended stack to use for new projects.
News Ticker Basic and Styled
Version 2.0.2. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. Updated in 2017 with support for more dummy text libraries and a new user interface. See this webpage for the latest version.
Pinnr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Play / VideoPlayr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. This version of the stack doesn't work reliably in some web browsers (the controls are off-alignment) and there may be more serious issues that restrict its compatibility with newer web browsers. The 'Playr' series of stacks were replaced with VideoPlayer 2 in May 2016. VideoPlayer 2 is a completely new video player stack coded exclusively for RapidWeaver and containing many more customisable settings.
Playlistr (StackManiac)
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. This stack has a couple of display and rendering bugs which may limit its use. Because the original plugin that Playlistr was built on is no longer actively developed, we've been unable to update or resolve these issues fully. There may be more serious browser compatibility bugs. The Playlister stack (released 2nd November 2015) is intended to replace Playlistr and is much more sophisticated. Playlister is a free update for all Playlistr users.
Protector
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Placeholder
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Publisher
Version 3.1.2. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. Replaced with AdvancedPublisher.
QR Generator
Formally developed by RWExtras and available as a free stack. QR Generator has been updated and remains available for free download from this webpage.
QueryDisplay (v1)
The first version of QueryDisplay. The stack received a major update in September 2020 to become known as 'QueryDisplay v2'. At the time of being discontinued, there were no major problems in v1. QueryDisplay v2 can be found here and has a much newer codebase / user interface. Version 2 is recommended for all new projects. Both v1 and v2 can be safely installed on the same computer together. The download link for v1 is kept here for archival purposes only - it will not be receiving free support or updates.
Randomiser
Used for displaying one item on a page at random, as the page loads. Randomiser was replaced with SortStack in October 2015, which has a great many more customisable style and behavioural options. SortStack is a free update for existing users of Randomiser.
RefinedSlidr
An image slideshow stack originally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac. This stack had difficulty working in Stacks 3, and a quick-fix update was rushed through in August 2015 (version 1.6, which is the version the link above points to) to address the issues. A few weeks later, RefinedSlider 2 was released on 3rd September 2015, which is a total rebuild of the original stack. A great many feature requests and new features have been put into RefinedSlider 2, which is now arguably the most powerful image slideshow stack available for Stacks 3.
Responsive Content
Version 1.1.0. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. The functionality offered in this stack has since been merged into the free UsefulStack.
Rotatr
The original Rotatr stack by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac. This stack was replaced on Thursday 3rd September 2015 with the newer and updated Rotator stack. Although the original Rotatr stack still works, it makes use of 'repeats' which will be deprecated in Stacks 3, in 2016.
RottenApple
As of June 2020, Apple has begun changing the user agents, it uses in its hardware devices like the iPhone and iPad. These typically now share the same user agent as the desktop versions of Safari. This makes it impossible to reliably detect newer iOS devices, using their user agent string as an identifier. The stack still works, but would have limited use for newer iOS devices.
Roundr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
RWML
Version 1.1.2. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. RWML received a huge, paid update in 2017. A lot of new features have gone into the latest version, including an all new editing interface and major performance improvements. The latest version is available here.
ScrollFade
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
ScrollTo_and_Bounce
This set of three stacks was developed by Tsooj Media. We understand it was never released, so this set of stacks might be incomplete and has not been tested.
ScrollPane
Version 2.0.2, in multiple builds. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. Updated in 2017 with major browser compatibility improvements. The latest version can be found here.
ScrollTo
Version 2.0.1, containing multiple stacks. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues.
ShakeIt
Version 2.1.1. Formally developed by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there may be other undocumented issues. The latest version is available here.
Shareable
A social networking sharing stack developed by Aaron Marquez. This stack is not compatible with retina devices and secured websites being served over HTTPS protocol. Replaced with the SocialPopup stack, which was provided as a free update for existing users in August 2015.
Sentry CMS
This is a download link for the last version of Sentry CMS, sold through SeyDesign.com. Some people reported it did not work correctly in certain themes or web hosting environments. Towards the end of it life, Sentry CMS sold almost no copies (2 copies in 3 years) so it was no longer economically viable to keep developing and supporting it. WebYep CMS is a more suitable upgrade path, for users seeking to add CMS capabilities to a RapidWeaver website and has vastly more functionality than Sentry CMS. The name of the Sentry CMS has since been reused for the Sentry password protection stack offered on this website.
Socializr
A social networking sharing stack developed by Aaron Marquez. This stack is not compatible with retina devices and secured websites being served over HTTPS protocol. Replaced with the ShareStack, which was provided as a free update for existing users in August 2015.
Shady v1
Replaced by the upgraded Shady v2 stack. The latest stack is available to download here. This newer versions has changes to its underlying source code and user interface settings. Shady v1 still works with older versions of Stacks.
Showcase Ultra
Originally provided on the RWExtras website. The Showcase Ultra stack is of a very large file size and can slowdown publishing. The Filmset stack is a newer and lighter alternative with more features.
Slick Slider
Formally developed by RWExtras. The stack has been updated and moved to Stacks4Stacks. It is available here and existing customers can upgrade to this newer version using the order lookup link at the bottom of this page.
SlowLoader
A free stack previously developed for showing a progress indicator before slow loading images are available to display. SlowLoader was replaced on Monday 11th January 2016 with the paid PageLoader stack. As of writing this, SlowLoader does still work, but is no longer being actively developed or supported. PageLoader is a more powerful solution and creates a choice of AJAX-style progress indicators. The PageLoader stack can be configured to fade-in a page when it has finished downloading.
Stealth Link
This stack was formally developed by RWExtras and provided for free download. It does not work on touch devices (like tablets and mobiles) so has been discontinued.
Super Tooltips
Formally provided for sale on the RWExtras website. This stack was updated and re-released through the Stacks4Stacks website in November 2020. The latest version is available here. Past customers may be eligible for a free update, using the order lookup link towards the bottom of this page.
Switchr
Developed by Aaron Marquez. This stack was still working the last time it was tested, but had limited customisable options. Replaced with the Switcher stack on Thursday 17th September 2015, which was provided as a free update for existing users.
Tabable
A simple tabs stack developed exclusively for themes which support Bootstrap 3. This stack works less-well in themes now using Bootstrap 4 or greater. There are better solutions available towards creating tabs. ThemeFlood themes can make use of the Bootstrap Tabs code snippet. There is also the Switcher stack which can create tabs with many customisable options.
Table Builder
Formally developed and sold by RWExtras. This is one of the best table stacks available for RapidWeaver. The stack was moved over to the Stacks4Stacks website here. It was updated to address a couple of theme bugs and add some style settings requested by a user. The older version above is no longer supported or receiving updates. Past customers wanting the latest version should login using the order lookup link towards the bottom of this page, to download the latest version.
Task List
Previously developed and sold by RWExtras. The updated version of this stack is now available here for free download.
Thumb Grid
Formally developed by RWExtras. This style of thumbnail grid is now integrated with ProGallery or can be accomplished using other stacks.
Time Line
Formally developed by RWExtras. Updated and moved to Stacks4Stacks. The latest version is available here. Past customers can login using the order lookup link towards the bottom of this page, to obtain the latest version.
Time Release
This stack element was previously developed and supported by Tom Bristol at SeyDesign. However the stack had not been updated for several years and some users reported it was broken. A download link is provided here for previous customers who may still need the stack to maintain an older website with. If you are looking to add time control to your RapidWeaver website content, the AdvancedPublisher and Expiry stacks are much more modern and reliable to use instead.
ViewportText
With the release of RapidWeaver 8, we have now been able to start building font sizing controls directly into our themes, so this stack is no longer relevant and has been discontinued. It was also causing a lot of extra support when it did not function as expected in addons from other companies. Custom CSS code can be used for responsive text sizing, in themes that don't already provide font size options.
Viewr
An image gallery stack with swipe gesture support on touch devices. Some existing users reported that SVG icons used for the gallery navigation were missing and that image were rendering with poor quality. Originally developed by Aaron Marquez. Replaced with the SwipeGallery stack, which was provided as a free update for existing users in August 2015.
Wall
Previously developed by RWExtras. The Masonry stack offered on this website is now a better solution; with a far greater feature set and better browser compatibility.
WeatherEmbed
Apple has announced on Tuesday 31st March 2020 that they are taking over ownership of DarkSky.net. As a result, the Android app, Watch OS and developer API will be ceasing in July 2020 and this stack will no longer function for the display of local weather. Integration of WeatherCat and WeatherSnoop is still supported. Because this stack receives almost no use and donations, it is being retired.
WebYep
Version 1.2.1, by Tsooj Media. Automatic updates are broken in this build and there are known incompatibilities with PHP 7.x. WebYep CMS stacks were totally rewritten and re-released in early 2018, in combination with the release of WebYep 2. The latest version can be found here.
X-Slider
Formally developed by RWExtras. The Panorama stack now includes the ability to create a horizontal slider of images.
Zoomy
Formally developed by RWExtras. Updated and moved to the Stacks4Stacks website. The latest version is available here and remains a free download.
ZipBar v2
Listed here for archival use only (i.e. if Stacks complains the stack is missing when you open a project file). Until February 2020, this stack was previously hosted on SeyDesign.com and had a bundle ID of com.seydesign.stack.zipbar. This version of ZipBar works but is no longer receiving automatic updates. The newest version of ZipBar (with update support) is available to download from your secure Paddle account or purchase from the product page here. This newer version has an orange and white icon, when you search for it in your Stacks library. It is recommended you use the newest version of ZipBar when building new webpages.
ZipList v2
Listed here for archival use only (i.e. if Stacks complains the stack is missing when you open a project file). Until February 2020, this stack was previously hosted on SeyDesign.com and had a bundle ID of com.seydesign.stack.ziplist. This version of ZipList works but is no longer receiving automatic updates. The newest version of ZipList (with update support) is available to download from your secure Paddle account or purchase from the product page here. This newer version has an orange and white icon, when you search for it in your Stacks library. It is recommended you use the newest version of ZipList when building new webpages.