Below you'll find a variety of videos for the Foundry stacks and adding.
They include tutorials for specific stacks, like building a simple site or installing Foundry, as well as general tutorials on how to use some of the Foundry stacks. Not every video we have is offered are below. Many of our stacks, especially the addon stacks, like Potion or Thunder, have their own individual tutorial videos on their own individual documentation pages.
In this video we take an overview of how Typeface works and what it does for you as far as managing your fonts. We have additional videos on how to work with both Google Fonts and Adobe Typekit fonts below. Introduced in v188.8.131.52 of Foundry.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this video we take an overview of how Typeface works and what it does for you as far as managing your fonts. Below we have additional videos on how to work with both Google Fonts and Adobe Typekit fonts within the Typeface stack. Introduced in v184.108.40.206 of Foundry.
Potion Pack is a set of addon stacks for Foundry. This set of stacks adds an extra dose magic to your Foundry based sites. Included in this bundle are several different, more complex stacks, that will help you in crafting new designs and layouts.
We’ve created video tutorials for many of these addon stacks so you can see what they can do as well as to help guide you through using them in your own projects. Each stack also has its own documentation page as well. Both the tutorials and documentation can be found on the Potion Pack page.
Alloy is a blogging and content management tool specifically designed for Foundry. It is a flat-file system that allows you to create beautiful and easy-to-use blog posts and embeddable content.
We've created a series of tutorial videos showing you how to get started with Alloy from your first steps setting up Alloy in your project and creating your first blog posts to adding topper images and RSS feeds as well as creating unique layouts and embedding content.
Thunder Pack is a set of addon stacks for Foundry that will help you take your projects to the next level. Included in this bundle are several different, more complex stacks, that will help you in crafting new designs and layouts.
We've created a series of tutorial videos showing you how to use the various Thunder Pack stack. Since we've got a video for each of the many Thunder Pack stacks, we've placed them on the Thunder Product page. Click the link below and go check them out,
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