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.
This project showcases the use of Iconic stack which allows us to link to image folders on our servers and create auto-generated galleries on our sites. The stack also has tight integration with Splider stack allowing for some neat tricks to display the images!
Clean blog (Poster 2)
Slider pack (Splider 2)
This project uses Splider 2 slider stack which is the most powerful and flexible slider stack available for RapidWeaver/Stacks. The project contains demos along with tutorials that detail how to take Splider even further!
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
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.
Poster 2 demo
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.
Source pages (Poster 2)
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.
Stay tuned for Poster 2, Repository and Iconic projects built upon Source micro framework.
Would you like to see your favourite stacks showcased in this way?
If so let me know!