I am developing a web application in Ruby on Rails using it and any element that has the class "animate" on it will not render when I first GET the page. If I refresh the page it loads properly.
I don't know if this is related but when first loading page I get console error "uncaught TypeError: $(...).scrollspy is not a function", when I refresh the page it loads properly and this error goes away.
I'm sorry this is the first time I experienced a problem like this, but I will do my best and quickly as possible in order to find a solution.
Question for the author - is there a black version of the white iPhone header? I cannot find one in the provided PSD or in the asset links in the docs.
Thanks for any help!
You can download the black iPhone PSD mockup from this link https://www.behance.net/gallery/13493563/FREE-Flat-Apple-Devices-Mockup-iPhone-6-update
I purchased this theme about a month ago and I'm having trouble with it. Currently I'm using Ruby on Rails. The theme works great in Windows Chrome, firefox and IE but NOT Safari. It works on Android and iPod touch chrome, safari and firefox. It's not working in iPad on any browsers. My clients mostly use Ipad. Any idea whyit's not working in Safari for windows and iPad???
My site is http://www.eclerk.net
Could you send me screenshots of the error in Safari for windows and iPad to my email? Because I have tried accessed your site via the browser and and it runs well.
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