1LDs Free stacks now contain advertising.
If you have used any of 1LDs free stacks recently, you may have been irritated by the fact that they now contain advertising for the 'Pro' version of the stack. While the adds do not display on the finished page, they do take up unnecessary space on the Stacks page.
It is possible to remove the offending text. Here's how.
1) Click on the stack icon
2) In the gear icon below select “Show in finder”
3) This will take you to the stack itself. Right click and select “Show package contents”
4) Navigate inside the folder to the index.html or template.html file and open it
5) Remove the following code, save, close RapidWeaver completely and restart or, if you have the Developer Tools active, Reload the stack library and save the project.
This is the code that is displayed in Simple Text's template.html
For automatic responsive font Size using FlowType & custom font importing tools
check out Simple Text Pro > http://tinyurl.com/q56b4xm
Don't forget that if the stack is updated at any point, you will need to repeat the process.
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