Also, the specified version of Middleman seems to be locked at a Rails3 version (rails 5 is almost out). I took out the version limit to get it to install in my Rails 4 project.
Now I get: config.rb:56:in `<top (required)>': undefined method `helpers' for main:Object (NoMethodError). That is from the "config.rb" file in the root of the Boot3 folder (is this the compass initializer, which should be in the /config/initializers folder ?)
I am guessing all these extra steps are necessary to get that /layout/application file to work, given all the methods (breadcrumbs etc) which are not built into Rails?
The only refs I see to the error are to Sinatra. I don't use Sinatra, and it is not mentioned anywhere on the ad for this theme, so that must be a mistake - right?
if you open up a modal, then it seems that the container width of the underlaying content decreases. So when you open up the dialog, all the content in main-container and the navbar jumps a little bit to the left and there is a gap in the top navbar on the right hand side.
The problem seems to be line 25 in _modals.scss where it adds a 15px right margin to body. I've removed it now, but what implications could that have?
Is there anything specific that was modified in the JS and CSS that I may have missed?
The new Wizard fixes some bugs in the version that this theme uses, such as field validation on the last card of the wizard.
Our boss purchased your theme and we are currently developing our website using AngularJS with RequireJS. The problem is that we are not using Ruby at all.
I can't seem to find the Getting Started Guide that you mentioned in the above comment.
Can you please provide a way for us to just select a specific plugin to use in a specific page? Or even just tell us how to re-build your theme and what Tool you are using to build your theme.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.0.x|
|Labels:||admin, app, calendar, charts, core admin, messages, web app, webapp|
|Released:||5 years ago|
|Updated:||4 years ago|
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