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Another RapidWeaver blog

Yes, it's true: one more blog about our favorite web site building application for MacOS. But this one is a little different. It started back in 2011 as a blog focusing solely on free and low-cost stuff for (producing a web site with) RapidWeaver: themes, tools, tips, tricks, anything, as long as it was free – or low-cost.
    Over time, the Stacks plugin became more popular, and coding yourself was no longer an option for many people, so I started to develop my own stacks in the spirit of the blog: free (well, actually pay-what-you-want) and low-cost.
    This blog evolved with it, and is now primarily about those new stacks, although from time to time I will post about other free and low-cost stuff for RapidWeaver.

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Do you know something free (or low-cost) & useful related to RapidWeaver not mentioned here? Have a suggestion for a subject to write about here or for a new stack?
Tips, questions and remarks are always welcomed.
Just and help expand this little blog!
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New #73: ScrollShow Stack

Today I introduce a stack that was suggested by one of my customers. R. envisioned a stack that would show or hide some content, depending on the scroll position of the page. This content should have a fixed position, meaning it should stay in the same place even if the page is scrolled.

I agreed that it would make a great stack, so here is the result: the ScrollShow Stack. This stack is a versatile solution to draw attention to some content. That content not only has a fixed position (anywhere on the page), it can also be shown or hidden depending on the scroll position and direction (up or down).

Because the ScrollShow Stack can contain virtually any content, it is not only a great solution for call-to-action buttons and boxes, but also for menu stacks, social media icons, newsletter subscription invitations, etc.

This stack is loaded with options, making it impossible to explain them all here. So if you’re interested, I suggest you visit the product page or the demo page to see some examples of the possibilities.