This tutorial will show you how to remove elements in Stackable blocks like buttons, images and the like.
Stackable is part of the new ecosystem that WordPress has created with the advent of the WordPress Block Editor. The following system requirements will be needed to make sure that you can run Stackable at its optimum performance.
WordPress 5.0 and above
PHP 5.2 or greater
For Editing Pages: While you can use any browser to edit pages using Stackable, it is recommended that you use Chrome, Firefox or Safari.
For Displaying Pages: You can also use any browser to display pages made with Stackable. However, note that since IE is an older browser, it might not employ the technology to properly support Stackable to display all aspects of the pages correctly.
It is ideal to edit with Stackable using desktop computers and laptops.
While editing with mobile is technically possible, it is not recommended since it will be hard to make sure that your design will be implemented properly. Designing through your mobile for different screen resolutions will be very difficult.
Stackable can be used with any web host.
This tutorial will teach you how to easily install Stackable.Continue reading “How to Install Stackable”
This tutorial will show you how you can maximize your design options by using seamless layout switching.
Using Seamless Layout Switching
What it’s For
How to Do It
This tutorial will teach you how to enable and disable blocks and manage the Stackable blocks to be included in the Add Block pop-up.Continue reading “How to Enable / Disable Stackable Blocks”
Though it’s still in its infancy, the new WordPress block editor has already made page building easier and straightforward. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to design and implement a website section using the new WordPress block editor + Stackable.Continue reading “Design a Website Section in 10 Easy Steps”