Joost, of Tsooj Media, released a suite of RW stacks which allowed Weavers to easily add WebYep to any RW project. Will Woodgate took over the development of the stacks and they have just been re-released. The code has been completely overhauled and the new stacks are fully compatible with WebYep2, adding new features to to much loved suite of WebYep stacks.
Now it must be said that the stacks aren't absolutely necessary if you wish to use WebYep. If you're comfortable working with a little code, you can still make any existing site editable by adding the WebYep macros to it. The stacks, however, combine the power and flexibility of common WebYep elements with the friendliness of the Stacks drag-and-drop user interface you have become used to.
The sophistication and flexibility of WebYep is truly astonishing. It's modular approach of editable elements allow you to mix-and-match different components together and build complex, editable web pages and web apps. Loops let users clone and reorder whole areas of a webpage; whereas the menu element provides the "holy grail" of dynamically generated webpages! It really is a remarkable system.
I recently wrote a review of WebYep, comparing it to other CMS available for RW. You can read the review here.
On the forums, many users have been clamouring for an update to WebYep. They'll be happy to know that the update is here at last!
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