BigLink Stackturns the whole content of this stack into a link
We all know how to make a link from a piece of text, an image or a button, but turning more complex content into a link is not that easy – without the BigLink Stack that is. This stack turns its content (text, images, FontAwesome icons) into one big link – and lets you style the background, border, text, image and more for all four link states (static, hover, active and visited) separately. This is a very flexible way to create Call to Action Boxes, buttons, outlines of articles on other pages etc.
Just drag one or more stacks that can contain text, HTML and/or images into the drop zone of the stack.
Set the link for the stack in its settings (do not use links inside this stack!), and style its content to your liking.
h6) and Font Awesome icons can be styled separately.
For separate styling of inline text, you can style this text as underlined (there’s an option to remove the actual underlining) and use the corresponding options of the stack.
Need help using it on a non-stacks page? Here’s a tutorial.
The exact styling of the text inside this stack depends on the theme. For best results, use the text and icon settings.
When setting the text color only, the headings (
h6) and Font Awesome icons will have those colours too. If that’s not what you want, use the settings for these items as well.
The image effect blur does not work in Internet Explorer (any version); grayscale and sepia do not work in Internet Explorer and Edge (any version).
- Do not use any links inside this stack! It will break the functionality of the stack. Set the link in the general settings of this stack.