Unfortunately the theme comes with no documentation whatsoever, and I have not been able to use the theme in my VisualStudio 2013 generated Bootstrap project, since replacing the contents of the main CSS file (B3\css\bootstrap\bootstrap.css in the delivery folder tree) have no effect whatsoever.
Using Microsoft's instructions for changing the Bootstrap theme works perfectly well for the Amelia theme as outlined by their documentation (it only depends on one CSS file and nothing more):
In short, the Amelia theme mentioned above comes into effect nicely and changes the site's graphical appearance as expected, but when I do the same with the Clean Canvas theme absolutely nothing happens. Unfortunately I do not understand how to install the Clean Canvas theme in my Visual Studio 2013 ASP.NET (MVC type) project.
I am obviously aware of the fact that icons/fonts/sliders etc will not work unless I move these into my project too; but I first wanted to update the CSS to see that it comes into work, and that first simple step doesn't work.
Any help would be most appreciated as there is no documentation on how to install/use the theme, as it otherwise looks fantastic and I want to use it.
When wrapping the whole <section> tag in an <a href it will link, but then it will not advance to the next frame.
Any help, or heaven forbid some documentation, would be great.
Doesn't show up in my wp themes admin area.
- The search input in the blog and blogpost page have different sizes, not very nice when navigating from a page to another
- Some of css rules are applied only to input[type=text] fields, maybe you can bind the rules to input[type=email] too
Does this theme work with angular JS?
We're using Angular JS as our front-end framework.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.0.x|
|Tags:||business, clean, landing page, product, responsive, service, startup|
|Released:||5 years ago|
|Updated:||4 years ago|
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