Popular Videos

  • Installing Foundry

    In this quick video we look at how to quickly install your newfound Foundry stacks and theme into RapidWeaver. It’s simple and painless, with RapidWeaver doing all the heavy lifting.

    Build a One-Page Site

    In this video we build a one-page portfolio site using the Gallery, Slider and Form stacks included in Foundry, along with some of the mainstays like the Header, Footer and Paragraph stacks.

  • Quicklook: Columns

    In this video we look at the basics of the Columns stack for Foundry. We also delve into creating and using Customized Columns, including the Column Ordering and Offset features.

    Quicklook: Navigation Bar

    We take a quick look at the Navigation Bar stack and checkout some of its many options. We also explore how we can pair it with the Banner stack to create stunning, horizontal navigation bars

Getting Started

In this section we look at some of the basics when it comes to getting up and running with Foundry, such as installation and the bare essentials you’ll need on your Stacks page to get started.

Installing Foundry

In this quick video we look at how to quickly install your newfound Foundry stacks and theme into RapidWeaver. It’s simple and painless, with RapidWeaver doing all the heavy lifting.

Quick Start

There’s not a lot you need to really do to start using Foundry, but in this short video we look at the very basic setup of your project file and the essentials you’ll need to get started.

Updating Foundry

This quick video takes a look at how to install updates for Foundry’s stacks and theme as well as time saving tips when doing so.

Building with Foundry

In this section we explore how to build specific page designs, as well as creating specific section types on your page, from start to finish, giving you a look at ways to combine many of the Foundry stacks.

Build a One-Page Portfolio

In this video we build a one-page portfolio site using the Gallery, Slider and Form stacks included in Foundry, along with some of the mainstays like the Header, Footer and Paragraph stacks.

Using Component stacks

Learn the basics of some of Foundry’s Component stacks. The Component stacks are the stacks with purple icons in the Stack elements library. They’re generally the stacks which form the structures of your page that your Content and Utility stacks are added into.

Using Cards

We take a look at what the Cards stack is exactly and check out some of its many child-stacks. We build out a simple sidebar to show one, of many, possible uses for the Card stack.

Using Columns

In this video we look at the basics of the Columns stack, as well as delve into using Customized Columns, Column Ordering and Offsets.

Using the Navigation Bar

We take a quick look at the Navigation Bar stack and some of its options, as well as how to pair it with the Banner stack.

Using Pagination

The Pagination stack allows you to organize a lot of content into a minimal amount of space, and do it with style. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Columns

In this video we look at the basics of the Columns stack, as well as delve into using Customized Columns, Column Ordering and Offsets.

Using Margins

In this video we explore using the Margins stack to set margin and padding around page elements at each breakpoint for dynamic layouts.

Using Table

We take a quick overview of the Table stack and explore how you can use it to construct great looking tables for your site from the ground up. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Table [CSV]

We look at how you can use the Table [CSV] stack, in conjunction with your own CSV files, to generate beautiful tables for your site. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Content stacks

A quick look at how some of Foundry’s Content stacks function and how you can use them when building your site. The Content stacks are the blue-green Foundry icons in your Stack elements library.

Using Syntax

Share code snippets with your visitors in style using the Syntax stack. In this video we look at adding different code blocks to your pages and choosing a style to match your site. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Utility stacks

We look at Foundry’s Utility stacks and see just how some of them work. The Utility stacks, indicated by red icons in the Stacks library, are generally single purpose stacks with a set purpose.

Add animations to your page using Reveal

We look at how to quickly and easily create buttery-smooth animations for elements placed in the Reveal stack. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using the Style Guide

We look at how you can make use of the Style Guide stack while designing your site in Edit Mode, and how it allows you to stick to branding.

Using Scroll To

Learn how to add a button to your page that will scroll the browser to a target location on the page. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Vertical Center

We look at how you can align your content vertically in containers with preset heights using the Vertical Center stack. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Read Length

We explore how to use the Read Length stack to convey to your visitors how long a section on your page will take to read. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using Hold

Preventing content from publishing to your site is as simple as drag-and-drop We look at using the Hold stack to accomplish just that. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Using A/B Test

Discover how you can use the A/B Test stack to easily try out different designs and layouts when building your pages. Introduced in v1.1.0.0 of Foundry.

Advanced

In this section we explore more advanced Foundry topics, looking at items that have a bit more complexity to design, setup or use.

Using Google Fonts with select stacks

Some stacks in Foundry make use of the ability to use Google Fonts to style things like Page Headers, your Base Font and more. We look at how to do so in this video.

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