Feature: Embed Stack - Create your own Mini CMS
You do not know how to organise your warehoused photos on your server the correct way? You want to provide your customer a way to upload documents, and downoad them? Need to perform a change on your website when you are not on your Mac?
Repository Stack is the perfect answer therefore. It allows you to manage your server files:
All these options can be enabled or disabled to fit your use case. Repository Stack comes with its own username and password authentication (1 user) to restrict access to its user interface. It is translated in different languages (English, German, Polish, and more on request). As it is based on Bootstrap, it will bring its own theming (regardless of the theme you choose). In addition, it is only allowed to be the only Stack on one page.
Furthermore, you get an embed stack for various file formats, allowing you to create your own localizeable Mini CMS:
4 months ago
This stack does everything you could possibly want for remote management of images and files. I have just used it on a current project primarily for warehousing which it does effortlessly . For many years I used the weaverFM and weaverPix plugins but I found them very clunky to use and are now quite dated - the Repository stack is light years ahead with a lovely clean simple front end. Repository does everything I could possibly want for remote file management and warehousing. I highly recommend this stack - Jannis has done an excellent job with it and his support is prompt and second to none.
4 months ago
What started out as a casual conversation on the Rapidweaver forums with the developer turned into a file manager stack which had 99% of the feature you would want. Secure sign in, file upload and download, archive creation and a Lightbox feature for graphical content. The developer has been very proactive and produced a number of updates to the already excellent stack. The last update adds the option of a second secure user and email notification of usage of the stack. I can not praise Jannis at InStacks Software enough for his flexibility and dedication to making this stack what it is.