Today we’re very thrilled to announce Global Colors and Global Typography in Gutenberg. These new features dramatically change the way you create websites with Gutenberg, and we’re releasing it for free in Stackable v2.11. So update now!Continue reading “Introducing Global Colors and Global Typography”
Today we have a handful of updates: we’ve improved the responsiveness across all our blocks, we’ve added a brand new Low-Highlight text format, enhanced the icons in the Icon List Block, and added support for Kadence Theme global palette. Now in Stackable v2.10.0Continue reading “Better Responsive Controls, Better List Block Icons and Low-Highlight Effect”
In this update, we’re proud to say that Stackable is fully compatible with WordPress 5.5. We also bring you a new amazing feature: Live Responsive Editing, now you can both preview and edit your designs in tablet and mobile views! Upgrade to version 2.9.0 now.Continue reading “Introducing: Live Responsive Editing”
I’d like to introduce you to our new User Role Manager. With it, you can allow your clients to edit the content of your blocks, but disallow them from altering their designs. Now in Stackable Premium version 2.8.0.Continue reading “Introducing: Role Manager for Gutenberg”
This update is a huge one. We bring you a new Icon Block, enhanced icon searching, the ability to upload your own SVG icons, lots of color options and now you can also use your Font Awesome Pro icons in Gutenberg. Get these now in 2.7.0.Continue reading “New Icon Block, Amazing Icons and Font Awesome Pro”
Today we’re releasing 2 new essential blocks: the Advanced Heading block and the Advanced Text block. We’ve also added a Lore More option to the Blog Posts block. All these now available in version 2.6.0.Continue reading “New Advanced Blocks and Load More Blog Posts Button”
If you are a premium user, there will be a new options panel named Custom CSS in your Advanced Tab.
When you open it, you should see something like this:
Any CSS styles you enter here will only be applied to the current block you are editing. You won’t have to worry about your styles affecting unwanted places.
You might be wondering why we call this feature “guided”, this simply means that we’ve already laid out for you a list of CSS classes you’ll need in order to modify the block through CSS. You won’t have to dive into the block’s source to find out the CSS class names.
Just fill out the necessary areas with your own style rules.
After adding your custom CSS, the block should show your changes right away.
You don’t also have to worry about the empty CSS selectors, Stackable removes the unused ones so that we can keep your pages loading fast.
Your theme normally dictates how the contents are shown in your pages.
Sometimes, blocks may not show up in full-width properly. When this happens, most of the time things get fixed by using a full-width page template.
Themes usually provide this type of template. To see if this is the case, please see if your page attributes have something like this:
If your theme doesn’t have a full-width page template, there are a few plugins that that provide this type of functionality.
Here’s a free one from the WordPress Plugin Directory called Fullwidth Templates for Any Theme & Page Builder (we are not affiliated with the plugin)
Your mileage may vary depending on your theme though, so if you find that this method doesn’t work, you can also manually create your own Full Page Template. ThemeIsle has a great article discussing how to do this.
In this update we’ve enhanced our onboarding process, upgraded our plugin admin pages to make them look coherent, and added the option to disable the help video tooltips. All these in version 2.5.0.Continue reading “Better Onboarding for First Time Users”
This is a dreaded error that sometimes shows up after trying to update or publish a WordPress post or page.
When this error pops up, it’s a bit of a challenge to understand what’s going on since the error is so cryptic and doesn’t provide any concrete cause of the error.Continue reading “How to Fix the Block Editor Error: “Updating failed. Error message: The response is not a valid JSON response””
If you’re using Stackable in your site and decided to stop using the plugin, the following things would happen:
1. The blocks would show an error
In the block editor, the Stackable blocks would show an error since the plugin that supplied the blocks aren’t available anymore.
This is the normal behavior across any block that gets uninstalled, but it just means that they become uneditable in the block editor.
The blocks themselves would still remain in your page’s content though, and if needed you can still edit them manually via Code Editor.
2. Some blocks would lose their styles in the frontend
Since Stackable was removed, the main stylesheet that supplies all the styles for our blocks won’t be loaded anymore. Some Stackable blocks would look a bit wonky since they’re going to be missing some essential styling.
Some Stackable blocks would somewhat continue to look fine though, like Button blocks and Icon List blocks. And your buttons should still jump to the link they’re pointing at.
3. Some blocks would stop working in the frontend
In the frontend, for some functional Stackable blocks such as the Accordion block, Video Popup block or the Expand block, they would stop working.
The accordions would remain open, the video popup won’t pop up anymore and the expand block won’t show the expanded text.
This would happen because the scripts that contain the functionality for those blocks won’t be loaded anymore.