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Shaking the Habitual
Source Plus

Teaming up Source with some great third-party stacks

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Source Plus: Project packs

Source (and Source Addon) pack will enable you to build every possible layout that you can imagine and populate it with whatever content you like. This will be more than enough for the vast majority of pages that you want to build.

There are times though that you will need / want to add something a little bit extra to your pages and for those times there is a huge catalogue of fantastic third-party stacks available to you.

The projects on this page demonstrate using a hand-picked selection of great third-party stacks that work fantastically well in Source projects.

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Events (Feeds)

In addition to Source and Source Addon stacks, this project makes use of the following best-in-class stacks.

Weaver's space

Shaking the Habitual
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Splider 2 (optional)

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FAQ Toggle (optional)

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Animate (optional)

This project uses Feeds stack from Weaver's Space which lets us pull in data from various sources and use it to 'feed' the content on our pages. Here we have built out numerous ways to build out Events listings.

dynamic data event listing

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Drift demo

In addition to Source and Source Addon stacks, this project makes use of the following best-in-class stacks.

Weaver's space

This project simply uses Source to recreate the Drift / Drift Pro demos that come with the stack purchase. Drift is an extremely powerful stack that allows you to add fantastic animations to your website.

animation

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Poster 2 demo

In addition to Source and Source Addon stacks, this project makes use of the following best-in-class stacks.

InStacks

This project demonstrates the use of the Source grids/Poster 2 integration that lets you lay out your blog lists in interesting ways. 7 layouts are included - each based on the same basic grid and the same Poster 2 content.

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Source pages (Poster 2)

In addition to Source and Source Addon stacks, this project makes use of the following best-in-class stacks.

InStacks

This project shares with you 2 pages from the Source website that are powered using Poster 2 stack: the Blog page and the Updates page.

blog timeline

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Instacks

 Coming soon

Stay tuned for Poster 2, Repository and Iconic projects built upon Source micro framework.

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Splider 2

 Coming soon

A stunning collection of modern slider components using the vast array of options that Splider affords!

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Suggestions welcome

Would you like to see your favourite stacks showcased in this way?

If so let me know!

Frequently asked questions

Here are answers to some questions that you may have. If you have any other questions please let us know!

Many of these projects are complex and time-consuming to create. A donation is simply a way of recognising this - whilst allowing you to select a value for the donation that suits your needs / wishes.

The projects all have a recommended price entered as the default value. You are free to adjust this to any value that you wish - above or below this value (as long as it is above the £5 minimum level).

We use Paypal as the payment processor but you do not need to have / create a Paypal account to use this (as you can opt to pay with your credit/debit card instead).

The stacks used are ones that I use for my own RapidWeaver / Stacks built websites. They all offer functionality that is beyond what Source offers and are ones that I would class as being 'best-in-class' of their types.

Yes - please do! I am happy to showcase stacks that provide functionality not offered natively in Source. In addition to functionality, the stacks should ideally be lightweight and efficient - in keeping with the ethos of Source.

The projects have not been designed as a learning tool but they are packed full of 'developer notes' and other supporting resources that detail why certain decisions have been made or to highlight particular settings that have been used.

The main reference / support channel for usage of these stacks however remains with the stack developer.

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If any non-Source stacks are used then it is indicated by the above stacks icon in the project details. Simply click on the icon to view a list all of the required (and optional) stacks for that particular project.

All projects require Source and the Source Addon pack.

All donations are logged in our Academy site so you can simply log into the Academy (with the email address used for the donation) to re-download. If the email address used was not already attached to an Academy account then a new one will have been generated after the donation was made and login details sent to that address. You can always use the 'Forgot password' function if you have any trouble logging in.

Note: If you have donated for a project already (and are logged in to the Academy) then you should see a 'Download projects' FAQ below - a list of all applicable downloads will be available for you there!