Google Sheets

an awesome stack for RapidWeaver…


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  • Easily import content from a Google Spreadsheet into your RapidWeaver Stacks page
  • Pull as much or as little content into you RapidWeaver project
  • Pull 1 cell or many cells
  • Combine data from two or more tables


Google Sheets Stack

This demo is pulling content from a Google Spreadsheet in a table format that I have applied styling to specified cells.




Google Sheets Stack

This demo is pulling content from a single cell in a Google Spreadsheet.



Google Sheets Stack

This demo is pulling content from two different Google Spreadsheets.





Google Sheets Stack

This demo is pulling content from a single cell in a large Google Spreadsheet.



Google Sheets Single Stack

Suppose you want to import content from your Google Spreadsheet but you don't want to display it in a table. Well, I've got you covered … With the Google Sheets Single Stack you can display you content in any one of the following containers:

  • div
  • span
  • code
  • blockquote
  • pre
  • article or
  • p

You can also add your own custom class names to each element making it easier to add your own custom styling using the "Custom CSS" box of the Page Inspector.

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Google Sheets Stack

General Settings


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Google Sheets Stack

Custom Settings


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Google Sheets Stack - More Help

Finding Your Spreadsheet ID#

You can find your spreadsheet ID# in 2 places. The first place in in your browsers address bar when you are at your Google Spreadsheet. The second place is in the dialog box that pops up when you "Publish To Web".
Notice the screenshots below:



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googlesheetsid2
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