This is what I’m used to using in the SVG stack, which for my workflow is perfect as I prefer to warehouse these images and icons on my website. But is have also seen a setup that works well where there is a dropdown that allows you to select between an image well or a warehoused image, if you chose the warehoused image you would get something like these settings, otherwise you would get an image well that allowed you to simply drop in an image well.
My understanding is the image well from the Stack plugin does not support SVG images so the image well solution my be a little more work. I know I have tried to drop SVG images into the image well and they fail.
For my purposes the warehoused option would be ideal.
Glad to hear about the anchor solutions as I did go ahead an purchase the stack but found that it would not work well for intra-page navigation as it kept creating a new tab whenever you wanted to scroll to a new location on the page. For my needs if the support you mentioned is added (along with the custom icons) I will be very happy with this stack.
There is one other question I had.
In the samples you show a version of the sidebar where the items are grouped centered in the bar vertically, as opposed to be grouped at the top of the bar. How was this accomplished?
I could not find an option that would allow me to setup the sidebar this way. For me this would be the most common way of setting it up as it looks so much cleaner and minimizes the amount of mousing the user has to perform.
Really looking forward to what you come up with so I can put this stack to work, great!