Hi there,

We've purchased 2.7.1 and noticed in some of less files the colors have been hard-coded as opposed to assigning to the variables for that purpose. Is it possible to patch these please. I'm trying to avoid us making source file changes...

Yes, probably you are referring to background color in base.less. I will try to find all hard coded colors and change them to variable. Thank you for pointing this out.

Best regards, Damian
Thanks a lot.
I assume this is a quick patch so could you provide an estimate as to when we can expect a fix?

I will add it to the next update but I don't have specific release date. If you need it right away feel free to contact with me on support email I can prepare it.

Best regards, Damian
Hi! I've purchased a single license about 3 years ago. Where can I access the 2.7.1 latest version? Thanks for your time! Ben

You can use Resend download links page to get latest version: https://wrapbootstrap.com/support/download-resender

Best regards, Damian
Hi Damian,
i would like to ask about Bootstrap 4 , last period you said it will be released in next few / two weeks , but nothing released yet.
Please any updates ? i have development plans and i need to consider your time so please any expectations when it will be ready ?

That's my mistake, I try to avoid providing release date. But in general I have most of the Inspinia views completed with BS4 support. Right now I'm working on specific components and third party libraries.

Best regards, Damian
Hi. Saw the previous post about BS4. It's really something you should highlight.. I don't want to buy a new template cuz I do like this one! Specially the responsiveenu! But could you be so kind to let us all know the approximately date for release of BS4 to this template?

I highlight this - I try to not provide release date. Really, sometimes it is hard to estimate because I know from the past that one library can take unexpectedly two or three days of work. If I would estimate some date I will probably miss it.

Best regards, Damian
Hi team,
We have been using Inspinia theme Angular js version since 2 years. Now we want to move to our client app to react.
I want to know if your react theme is complete and working as same as Angular js?
It's webpack config doesn't look like a complete config, so want to confirm once.


No, Inspinia does not have fully supported React project. What you see in code is simple React seed project - skeleton, to help other with initial setup, but I don't have full version.

Best regards, Damian
hugomalta PURCHASED
Hello! Do you have any plans to support recent versions of Angular?

No, I don't have plans to support recent Angular.

Best regards, Damian
nagappan PURCHASED
I was also thinking about the same question, but sad to hear the info from Damian :-( either I need to buy a different theme or have to wait till Damian provides new Angular JS support.
Hi guys,

The biggest issues I have with Angular 4 (as well as React) are third party libraries. Many of them does not have support over long time and building component handled all events, method etc. of specific library for new framework is sometimes like building library - beyond theme. I always wanted to have solid project, that's why I don't want to release any half versions like someone suggest. What I was able to do is to release seed project to help you with general setup Inspinia. Fully supported project for Angular 4 in form you wold like to use it without any issues, unfortunately is not possible in current state.

Best regards, Damian
I understand that you are working on BS4, and you dont want to say any estimated time on publishing it.
So maybe can you provide at least what left on the project to be done ?
Or ToDo list what left ? Is there 90% done or 60% done ?
Can you provide any informations like this ?
Or maybe tell us will it be done Q2 this year or it is not possible, maybe end of Q3 ?

Yes, sure, what lefts are mostly specific plugins like DataTables, Summernote etc, there are also small general migration tasks like update progress bars, labels, some utilities. I will say that it works in general - let's say 70%, I also finished migration landing page to BS4. But really I don't want to promise any date. If you truly need something right away, feel free to contact with me on support email.

Best regards, Damian
Please note that I'm referring to HTML5 project.

Best, Damian
benjie91 PURCHASED
How do I fixed the top navigation bar with the content just below it? I was using the classes "nav navbar-fixed-top" for the nav tag, but the content overlap with the header. I cannot give a fixed margin top to the content because of responsiveness.

What project you are using: Angular, HTML5, MVC, Meteor, Rails ? You should also remember to add 'fixed-nav' class to your body open tag. Step by step instruction you can find in documentation. Let me know if you still struggle with navigation.

Best regards, Damian
arcanisgk PURCHASED
Explain something to me:
1 year ago there are no updates; and an undated one has been promised in the same way; it is indicated that the support for BS4 is approaching; and now hang this on the page:


Inspinia is going to retired. There will be only fix issues and small upgrades - no new features. All current users will still receive free update with fix issues. Support will be also still active for all users. But there will be no new features or new projects.

What exactly should we expect ???

Yes, support for Bootstrap 4 is on the way. I added information about future updates to be clear - I will not work on new features for Inspinia, but I'm still here and will provide support.

Best, Damian

Im having issues using the i check check boxes and hiding a div when its checked.

Any thoughts on how to get this to work?

Yes, I will suggest to use ifChecked event to detect if your checkbox is checked and then via javascript hide your div. Here is example:

$('input').on('ifChecked', function(event){
// your js code here to do something

More about available events and methods you can find here: http://icheck.fronteed.com/

Best regards, Damian
what if i have multiple inputs on the page? what name do i check it by?
how do i also know if its checked or not.

If you have multiple inputs then you need to use id or unique class as selector. If you want to find out if the input is checked you can use ifChecked event I mention earlier.

Best regards, Damian
ok how about on uncheck?

All available events and methods you can find here: http://icheck.fronteed.com/
hello i am trying to use your:


<div class="input-group m-b">
<input type="text" class="form-control">
<span class="input-group-btn">
<button type="button" class="btn btn-primary">Go!</button>

but i cant resize it to xs:

<div class="input-group input-group-xs m-b">
<input type="text" class="form-control">
<span class="input-group-btn">
<button type="button" class="btn btn-primary">Go!</button>

only work input-group-sm.


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