WebYep is a simple, powerful, and easy to use CMS addon. CMS lets you easily build your layout in RapidWeaver, but edit your content later directly from the web. It really is pretty cool.
WebYep has been updated to version 1.2.0.
From the addons description:
The stacks provide a simple solution for building a WebYep enabled website and the best part is that it will not override any user defined content. So you can easily republish and redesign the Website from within RapidWeaver. So all the complexity is handled for you, all you have to do is drag & drop like you would normally do with a stack.
Styler Box updated.
From the addons page description:
You ever wanted to style parts of your page the “special” way? Now you can. One thing I needed very often was to give those Stacks a fixed height, now you can. You can even decide what to do if its content is “higher” than your box, cut off or display a scrollbar.
You can even define background color or background image of your Stack, this will make your page unique among others.
I can’t tell what’s new, but it does look like there’s been an update to this lightbox stack.
From the addons page:
Create a stunning lightboxed image gallery. You just have to drop the images you want in your gallery. They are all hidden from the start but as soon as you click on a special linked item on your page your first image will appear lightboxed. By using buttons or mousewheel you can cycle through your gallery. Even titles are supported, they can appear as overlay, inside texte or box outside of the image.
It looks like a huge update to the RSS stacks. New features too, nice.
Make sure to click through and read the details on his Update FAQ.
From Joe’s blog:
Its been a while since the RSS Stacks received a decent update. Today’s update brings in a whole bunch of minor bug fixes and feature requests that we have received over time. These updates will bring all of the RSS stacks to version v1.5.0 with the exception of RSS Ticker which is now at v2.1.0.
- Updating the core RSS parsing engine to accommodate various feed differences. These things can parse pretty much every text feed you can throw at them now.
- Updated to add Sparkle support for auto-updates.
- Ability to adjust animation speeds in RSS Fader.
- Ability to customize the Read More link in RSS Select.
- You can now customize the font size and weight in most of the stacks just like you could in RSS Ticker.
Since the RSS Stacks did not support Sparkle previously, you will need to obtain your updates the old school way. Have a look at our Update FAQ.
From the stack description:
The Dispatch SFTP Stack allows you to upload files from your website to your server through a beautiful and customizable upload form. You have the ability to upload multiple files, require a passphrase, limit file size, file extensions and much more.
A slick way to automate Dropbox uploads. Nice. Another solid update to a great plugin.
From the stack description.
The Dispatch Dropbox Stack allows you to upload files from your website to an Dropbox account through a beautiful and customizable upload form. You have the ability to upload multiple files, require a passphrase, limit file size, file extensions and much more.
A big update to the Curtain Call stack.
From the update blog:
One of our oldest stacks, Curtain Call, has been brought back form the dark ages with a v1.3.0 update. This update does not contain any new features but it has been updated to use all the latest Stacks APIs. This will make is MUCH easier to implement. Since it now support sparkle auto-update, we can easily distribute updates if new features get added.
Since this stack did not previously support Sparkle auto-updates, you will need to obtain the stack the old school way. See our Update FAQ for more details.
Joe’s RSS Stream Stack was updated.
From the Stack description:
The RSS Stream Stack displays your feed items as if were a stock stream. This could be a great addition to the footer of your webpage!