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System requirements
This stack requires RapidWeaver and the Stacks plugin. It will not work with other platforms (like Wordpress).

We recommend you aim towards installing the latest version of RapidWeaver that your computer is capable of running (preferably RapidWeaver 7 or greater) and Stacks 3 or later.

If you cannot get the free demo version of this stack to work, DO NOT proceed with purchasing this stack - please request technical assistance first.

License agreement

You may use this purchased stack an unlimited number of times in personal or commercial projects and request technical support.

This stack can be installed or synced onto all computers that you own. You are permitted to make archival backup copies of the stack.

You may not resell or make this stack available for download, remove copyright credits or license information.

The software is provided "as is" without any implied or expressed warranty of merchantability or fitness for purpose. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise arising from, out of or in connection with the software or the use or other dealings in the software.

Refund policy
By purchasing this stack, you agree that your purchase will be available immediately via digital download and that you waive your statutory right of withdrawal.

All purchases are final and refunds will not be provided (we physically cannot un-download or remove stacks from your computer).

You are reminded to make use of the free demo versions already provided on the website, to fully evaluate stacks for compatibility and suitability before purchase.

If the free demo version does not work for you, kindly refrain from buying the stack.

Purchase process
The checkout system is provided by Paddle. An attempt is made to display prices in your local currency.

To complete your order, you must supply a valid email address. Your purchase receipt and download link will be sent to this address. If you do not receive your purchase shortly after completing it, please carefully check your spam or junk mail folders.

Your purchases are available to re-download at anytime, via this order lookup page.

Prices shown on the website include any applicable VAT or sales tax. You will be sent a full receipt by email. Charitable and bulk discounts may be available on request. Please get in touch if you have any queries about our pricing.

Our order process is conducted by our online reseller is the Merchant of Record for all our orders. Paddle provides all customer service inquiries relating to order processing. Paddle also provides an order lookup system, commonly referred to as your Paddle Account.

Customer support
If you have questions that relate specifically to this stack, you should make contact via the contact page. We aim to answer all messages within 12 hours, Monday to Friday.

If you require a faster response at weekends or during public holidays, please post your question(s) to the RapidWeaver forums, where a support volunteer may be able to assist you quicker.
Formally the Rotatr stack developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac, the rebranded Rotator stack has been completely overhauled with a new Stacks 3 editing interface, revised backend source code and several new settings. Rotator is ideal in situations where you need to get a basic text or image slider setup; and you don't care for advanced features like captions, thumbnails, jazzy animation effects and thumbnails. The total sourcecode size of Rotator (excluding jQuery) is a fraction over 30 KB.

Rotator is based on source code from the excellent opensource Owl Carousel plugin. The option is provided in Rotator to display pagination bullets; which can have their colours changed in the stack settings. Rotator will happily rotate its way through a broad choice of different content types, including static images, styled text, responsive columns, warehoused images, markdown and basic HTML code. An unlimited number of items can be added to Rotator, and dragged and rearranged into any order. As a bonus, images can have links applied to them, so Rotator can form an effective method of website navigation. Rotator resizes itself automatically to fit items of different heights.


Here are two simple examples of the Rotator stack in action. The first example uses images and buttons. The second example uses simple blocks of text and a pagination bullets. We've restricted the maximum width of the Rotator stacks to 1000px, using the free UsefulStack.


Follow these instructions for getting a Rotator stack working in you webpage:
  1. Once installed into Stacks 3, drag and drop a Rotator stack into your page
  2. Click the blue '+' button shown in edit mode, to add items to your slider
  3. Drag and drop additional stacks (like text or images) into the drop-zones shown in each item
  4. Change any of the settings shown in the Rotator stack
  5. Preview your page. Publish when done.

As always, hovering your mouse cursor over settings in edit mode will display an informational tooltip about what each setting does and any important information.

You can use multiple Rotator stacks on the same page. However as always, we recommend against ignoring the 'one effect per page' rule and using a multitude of different animation stacks on the same page. This can otherwise have a very detrimental effect on page loading speed and may introduce compatibility issues. Most expert web designers work by the "less is more" protocol!

Supported content / stack types

We support all basic stack and content types in Rotator; predominantly those relating to text and static images. We do not officially support things like tabs, accordions, other slider stacks or video. The emphasis of Rotator is on simplicity. Other stacks we provide (like StackSlider) have support for far more content types and things like video.

Using warehoused images

You can use images in Rotator that are stored outside of RapidWeaver, in any public location like an image warehouse. Our example published above makes use of warehoused images. To do so, add HTML stacks into each Rotator item. Then use standard HTML image markup, as documented here.

Optimising images

For best results, always optimise your images before putting them inside Rotator or uploading them to your web server. Images can be optimised in the following ways:
  1. Crop or resize images to the desired size in photo editing software like Photoshop, Pixelmator, Acorn, Gimp or DropFix
  2. Save images in either PNG or JPG format, at 72 dpi.
  3. Put images through ImageOptim to delete surplus meta data and other information not required
  4. Aim towards keeping each image less-than 200 kb in size. Images with a file size greater than this may not display on some smartphones and other lower-powered devices.

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