Great work!
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Great. I love it. But where is the left navigation gone if i resize the viewport?
Hi. This is the feature, not a bug. For tablets it shows the light version.
You can use the sidebar for some additional things that not needed for screen resolutions under 992 px width but the main nav could be placed on the top.
inxtremo PURCHASED
Great thx
this was my worst buy until today... sorry mate... very nasty to change.
Hello. Could you provide some details why this item was your worst buy?
Thank you.
I'm just starting to work with the theme but I think what sbc (maybe) could mean, is that the structure of the scss --> css files seems a bit weird at first glance. I needed a bit more time than usual to work out how everything is nested. However, at second glance, it is far from nasty but actually very efficiently put together, so you don't have to scroll through endless files and the code is well commented. :) Like it a lot so far.
how do i make the sidewidget 'subscribe to news' work?
would be nice if documented like for the contact form.
also, how would you have the menu toggled off at the start?
thanks for help! I rather like the template, am happy to work with it.
1) To make the subscribe form working you need to implement any subscribing service plugin you like. Now it is only input style example.
2) To make the sidebar toggled off at the start you can make two html code corrections on desired page:
<div id="wrapper" class="sidebar-left">
add the class "toggled"
<header class="cbp-af-header toggled">
remove the class "toggled".
great work, thanks!
One quick question though: any chance that the topic selectors (All, Posters. Misc, etc.) could float while scrolling down the page? Right now they are fixed to the right edge of the first row. Any chance to make it optional if you want it flow while scrolling down, that is it would be always visible while going down on the page), or have the same behavior as now?
The easiest way is to add the fixed position to filter's container.
Something like:
.port-filter {
position: fixed;
z-index: 800;
right: 0;
top: 0;
But it will snap to the window top.
To make it correct you need to know the top position of the portfolio section.
For example, for portfolio page this may be good:
.port-filter {
position: fixed;
z-index: 800;
right: 0;
top: 800px;

For index page it does not work because of full-screen slider image.
i have a problem with the template, i cannot install it on wordpress because there is no .css file.

Could you help me out pls?

Thanks !
The reason of your problem is that the Folius - Portfolio Template is not the WordPress theme.
This is the HTML Template and this fact is noted in the item's description.
Sorry, there is no way to install it on the WordPress.
How do I remove the scrollbar from modals? Is there a plugin controlling the style of modals other than bootstrap?
it's great template.
Can I buy this template and create a Wordpress theme with it?
You have to buy only the Extended license ($500) to modify the template to WP theme and resell it.
Only In this case you may turn it into your own product.

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Single application $10
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
  • Responsive
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  • IE 9, 10, 11
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Uses Less:No
Uses Sass:Yes
Topic: Design & Creative Services
Labels: agency, blog, cv, personal, photography, portfolio, resume, vcard, wedding
Released:2 years ago
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