We just released Stackable version 1.5. Here’s a run down on what’s new.
Better Count Up Block
The Count Up block is mostly used to display stats. Stuff that your site would proudly display to its visitors, numbers like: number of downloads, number of happy customers, or number of websites powered. The count up block previously only displayed a single number, and if you wanted to display multiple stats side by side, you will have to rely on column blocks.
Not anymore! We’ve polished up the Count Up block with some awesome features:
- Display 1 to 4 numeric stats side by side
- Pick a wide & full-width layout
- Customizable background color, background image and you can add a tint too
- Mobile responsive, they look great in mobile
Next improvement is with regards to background settings. Our goal is to make each block self-contained and to be ready-to-use, in order to do this, some blocks have their own background settings. We’ve standardized what those background settings are, so now every block that can have a background all have these settings:
Previously, you can only provide background colors for Stackable blocks (aside from the Header block). But now, you can add a background image for any block that has the background settings. You can also tint your background image with a color, and turn on fixed backgrounds.
Marginless Full Width Blocks
Lastly, with the current update, adjacent full-width blocks with backgrounds will now stack on top of each other. This allows you to have whole sections one after the other without white gaps.
This only works for blocks that are set to full-width and have backgrounds. So if you want to give it a shot, you can create 2 feature blocks one after the other.
Bonus design tip: you can use the same background image across multiple full-width blocks, tint them with different colors or strengths, then turn on fixed backgrounds for each block to get a nice scrolling effect.