RapidWeaver Stacks add-on info: I created the GoGrid Stack to make it faster to layout and maintain a grid layout like the product page below and the frontpage of defligra.com.
Just drag and drop the columns and they'll adjust to the width of your page no matter if you have 3, 4, 5 or 25 columns for that matter.
The DropZone Stack comes free with the GoGrid Stack but there's no problem in using the DropZone Stack without the GoGrid. The DropZone Stack is a 1 column Stack with a few extras: Option to add custom css to the Stack, to Headline and Text Stacks, add ServerHoted images and last but not lease it will allow you to turn the entire content into a link.
Special features: From the GoGrid settings you can define the spacing of the entire grid, header size, text size and much more – meaning you won't have to go through every stack to adjust settings. Directly from the Stack you click the + and add 5 default stacks.
New in version 3.0.6: DropZone Height Stack: Balanced Heights. Align content at the bottom of each grid cell (buttons, images, text) and they will be aligned throughout the grid.
GoGrid Stack automatically spaces all the columns depending on available space.
Fast to setup, easy to maintain but packed with advanced features like 'span over multiple columns', balanced heights, adjust content: headlines, text, hilite individual cells, add custom css to individual cells – and much more.
That's why the GoGrid Stacks is the foundation of this RapidWeaver website and a lot of the RapidWeaver sites I create for clients.
New sep. 2017: Add background images to individual cells, new breakpoint with an option to hide individual cells less important when viewed on a smartphone.
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