But I want serval pages before I purchase it:
1.Item detail pages, show goods or something else.
2.Comments pages, this one can be added on the goods detail pages
1. The loading layer takes tooooo long to disappear when running locally. More than a minute for each page I click. It pisses me off. When I use the wp site preview, it runs fast. This is terrible and I can't even work on the template because of that. I needed to comment the loading container to start working on that.
2. The sidebar collapse icon is different from the wrapbootstrap site preview. In the wp site is an icon with three bars at the navigation bar, but in the downloaded file it is an arrow below all sidebar content. The actual wp preview is much better than this arrow that we could not even notice.
What I see as an improvement:
1. Put some items at the top navbar just like menu items, with dropdown option. Just like PixelAdmin does.
Sigin, Register, Lock, 404, 500 pages are returning error: "Cannot set property 'checked' of null" beyond.min.js:1
A new version of BeyondAdmin that resolves this errors is submitted in Wrapbootstrap marketplace for review and will be delivered to you in couple of days.
But we can mail you updated version right now if you send us an email with your License ID to email@example.com.
Thanks for helping us to improve.
Can you please help , i am writing second time, please read my top message above.
I am unable to open the downloaded package. I am using MACOSX.
Can you please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with your License Number.
We will send you immdediately the Rar version.
Is it possible to show success message modal programmatic, without any button?
You can also remove buttons from modal. you can find it in the modal markup.
Thanks for your interest
I want to use the menu on the phone browser in the "collapsed" style showing the small icons only to save space.
If I resize the page to phone screen size, then the menu disappears.
When I press show menu (sidebar-toggler), and then minimalize the navigation to Icon only mode (sidebar-collapse) the content does not use the free space. The content is behaving like if the menu was still full size with the icons + description texts like "Dashboard" "Data boxes", "Widgets" etc..
If menu is not shown and one presses the icon collapse button, the menu should appear in collapsed style. (And also be able to hide again when pressing the icon collapse button again)
At the moment the Icon-collapse button has no function when the menu is hidden.
Can you add a button or change this behaviour for phone browser use? The full menu is too big for the phone screen...
Thanks for your purchase and your help.
The issue has been resolved and submitted to Wrapbootstrap marketplace yesterday.
It will be published soon.
Awesome work! I'm excited that you'll be releasing support for MVC 5 soon. May I have a rough idea of when will this happen? I'm shopping around for admin templates but I need them to be work in a MVC 5 environment. :(
Thanks. Keep up the great work!
Thanks for your interest.
We are working on the final stages of the MVC Version.
It will be released in approximately one week from now.
Congrats for the theme, bought it today.
I noticed something that has to be fixed, if you choose 'Fixed SideBar' and expand the menu, there is no scroll bar to access the options on the bottom if the menu size is bigger than the screen height. Some 'mini' scrollbar has to be implemented, for when the sidebar is fixed and bigger than screen height.
Thank you for your purchase.
That bug is also fixed in new version.
Excellent Theme, i bought it.
Please help me. When the text in the menu is wider that the width of the "nav sidebar-menu", the text overwrite the next item (occurs equal with the "submenu" class).
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||admin template, angular, angularjs, asp.net mvc, front end, landing page, mvc, react, reactjs, responsive dashboard|
|Released:||3 years ago|
|Updated:||1 year ago|
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