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This article will help you understand the column backgrounds and block backgrounds. How these two types of backgrounds are different and how to use them in your designs.Continue reading “Column Backgrounds and Block Backgrounds”
Updated December 1, 2019
After months and months of hard work, V2 is finally here! This update has changed the face of Stackable, and together with such a huge update comes the risk of some (minor) kinks that may temporarily affect blocks that were built with Version 1.
We’ve spent a considerable amount of time testing this latest version to make sure that it does not break anything on your published site. However, since some minor hiccups might occur, here are some troubleshooting guides on what to do just in case you do encounter a problem. We will update this post as more and more people upgrade to v2.
1. Everything looks broken in the frontend
If everything looks broken in your frontend after upgrading, please try out these solutions:
The styles being loaded in your frontend may still be the old styles from version 1.
For those who curious about how this works, this option is automatically checked if you upgraded from version 1. There are a lot of changes between version 1 and version 2, and in order to ensure fast loading speeds of your site, all the old styles have been separated into another stylesheet. This stylesheet is only needed if you use version 1 blocks.
2. Reusable blocks that have Stackable blocks look broken
After updating, and you’re using reusable blocks, there’s a chance that you may notice your reusable blocks to look broken.
Unfortunately, this needs to be done because the block editor doesn’t yet handle block updating in reusable blocks well.
3. Space between a Separator Block and another block
After updating, you might see a space between a Stackable Separator block and an adjacent block.
When this happens, you have 2 possible solutions depending on the adjacent block you are using:
4. Some Text Colors Inside Containers might Reset when Editing Existing Pages
While all text colors are maintained in the published view, you might encounter some text colors reverting back to the theme colors. This will not automatically happen and might occur only after you edit your existing page.
5. Block Error Prompt
While this is not expected to happen, in editing mode you might encounter the prompt “This block contains unexpected or invalid content”.
6. Other Errors after Updating to V2
If there are any other errors that you encounter after updating to V2 that cannot be solved by the troubleshooting tips above, please let us know. Our support team is always ready to help you out!
You can also report any bugs on the Stackable Git Hub Repository.
If you have created a website for your client and you have purchased Stackable Premium on their behalf, you can transfer the ownership and billing of Stackable Premium to your client.
You can easily transfer billing to your client by doing these steps:
1. Login your Stackable account through this link: https://wpstackable.com/account/
2. Navigate to Renewals and Billings, then select your plan and click on “Cancel Auto-Renew“.
3. Navigate to Websites and click on your client’s website in the list. Then click on “Transfer Billing to Client“.
4. Afterwards, a popup will open which will notify your client of the transfer. Input your client’s name and email. An email with a direct purchase link will be sent to your client so they can associate their billing with Stackable Premium while keeping the license and management on your end. You will get a notification when this will happen.
Nope, your staging site, local development site, or tests site won’t be counted as a site in your license.
Here are the Top-level domains that are considered as dev or staging:
And here are the Subdomains that are considered as dev or staging:
Icon with name
Icons with border
For use against backgrounds including gradient and images when the main logo tends to get drowned out against the background.
Icon with name (White)
Icon only (White)
For use in black and white displays or printing
Colors and Typography
Other Colors (Logo Icon)
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