Introducing Our Dynamic Content Stacks!
Blueball Dynamic Content Stack

An easy-to-use Content Management Stack whose content and images cannot be overwritten when you republish your Rapidweaver site!

Since the Blueball Dynamic Content stack pulls in external files to dynamically populate the div area in the Dynamic Content stack, nothing can be overwritten when any Rapidweaver site's files are republished.

This ground breaking solution resolves an ongoing Rapidweaver problem with current CMS options and stacks, providing Rapidweaver users and their clients a new reliable option for managing and updating Rapidweaver site page content from any location.

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Now Just $8.00 For Both Stacks!

Version 2 Bundle Out! All New Features!

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New Features In Version 2 of the Dynamic Content Stacks Bundle:

  • html formatting in description text area for advanced Rapidweaver users!
  • Rewritten new internal javascript file for both stacks
  • Added the call for the jQuery js file directly into the template file
  • New sub title sizing slider control
  • New sub title line height slider control
  • New image width slider control (dynamic content stack)
  • New XML text file - must use for html editing feature
  • Rewritten readme manual files with new install directions and more!

How does the Dynamic Content Stack's behind the scene magic work?

The Blueball Dynamic Content stack allows a Rapidweaver user to create an area on a Stacks page in a Rapidweaver site whose content is dynamically created and placed into position each time the page is loaded into a browser window. This content is loaded from a XML text file and an images folder that is on your site’s server directory.

There’s no need for extra CMS solutions to be used, and the Dynamic Content stack is very simple to set up, edit and upload it's 2 files into place on your server.

The benefits of using the Dynamic Content stack on your site:

  • You can publish and republish your Rapidweaver site pages without ever having to worry about overwriting any of your Dynamic Content stack page's text content and image files!
  • Anyone can update the Dynamic Content stack’s content and images from any location.
  • Perfect for clients who want to update 1 or 2 site pages on a regular basis. Saves you time by letting them do it.
  • Does not require you to republish your Rapidweaver site file to update the Dynamic Contents stack content area.

Displays perfectly on all the major browsers:

Tested and works with: Safari, Firefox, IE6, IE7, IE8, and IE9.

What can you use the Dynamic Content stack for?

Perfect for use on a site page you need to update content on regularly like:

  • Product specials
  • Product listings
  • Weekly or daily specials
  • Upcoming events
  • Real estate listings
  • School events
  • Church events
  • Classroom assignments
  • Homework schedules
  • and much more!

What's included in your Blueball Dynamic Contents Stack bundle download?

Your bundle download will include the following files:

  • Blueball Dynamic Content Stack
  • Blueball Dynamic Text Stack
  • DCS-Default.xml text file
  • dcs-images folder with 3 default placeholder images
  • DTS-Default.xml text file
  • DynamicContent_Readme.pdf
  • DynamicText_Readme.pdf
  • Great customer support before & after your purchase!

       DCS=Dynamic Content  DTS=Dynamic Text

Dynamic Content Stack HUD Options

You have 9 options that need your input in the Stacks HUD user interface. Details on them are listed below along with an image of the Dynamic Stacks HUD user interface options to the right.

1 - URL XML File
This is where you put the full absolute web address url to your XML text file you uploaded to your site’s server directory. You must use the complete url or your Dynamic Content will not appear in your Stack area! Replace the default placeholder url currently there with your own. IMPORTANT! See url examples noted in item 6 above. DO NOT add in the “www” prefix!
2 - DIV Name
This is the name that will be created for the div in your Dynamic Content stack where your actual content will be placed into. This must be a unique div name, one that is not used by your theme or another stack in any of your site pages. Some examples of div names are shown below:
winterspecials01, productsale121509, homelisting01, homeworkweek2, dcs-contentv1, etc.
*Note that the names cannot have a space in them or use special characters or glyphs.
3 - Main Title
This is the main title line of text that will appear at the very top of your Dynamic Content stack area. Add in whatever you want the title to be, something as simple as “This Week’s Specials On Our All Natural Products!” or “Upcoming Meetings”, etc.
How you type it is how it will appear in your Dynamic Content stack div area. Spaces and special characters are ok to use here.
4 - Main Title Color
This option controls the color of your Main Title line of text. Double click on it to bring up the color selection area and select the color you want your main title to use. The default color is set to Black #000000.
5 - Image Width
This slider control option controls the width of the images in your Dynamic Content stack. Move the slider to the right to increase the image width to a maximum width of 275px and left to reduce the image width to a minimum width of 100px. This the final width your images will be when displayed in your Dynamic Content stack area. The default width is set to 150px.

We recommend using images between 100px to 275px in width for best display results. You can reduce your images up to 50px less than the original image width with no noticeable degradation in display quality. They will be resized dynamically for you when the page is loaded. You cannot increase the width of your images above the original image width.
Dynamic Content Stack HUD Options
6 - Sub Title Size
This slider control option controls the size of your Sub Title text. Move the slider to the right to increase the size of your font up to a maximum size of 28px and left to reduce it down to a minimum size of 14px. The default size is set to 18px.
7 - Sub Title Line Height
This slider control option controls the size of your Sub Title text. Move the slider to the right to increase the line height to a maximum height of 34px and left to reduce the line height to a minimum height of 12px. The default line height is set to 19px.
8 - Sub Title Color
This option controls the color of your individual entry Title (referred to as Sub Title in user interface) lines of text that you edited in your XML text file. This one color option controls the color display for all three entry title (sub title) lines. Double click on it to bring up the color selection area and select the color you want your entry sub titles to use. The default color is set to Black #000000.
9 - Text Color
This option controls the color of your description areas that you edited in your XML text file. This one color option controls the color display for all three description text areas. Double click on it to bring up the color selection area and select the color you want your description text areas to use. The default color is set to Black #000000.