my navbar-brand disappears on mobile devices.
All images are not showed on mobile devices.
do you have retina display on mobile?
the solution you gave me by email was perfect!
All images needed @2x vesion and all works fine!
Nice project and fast reply!
Would I be able to change the color of the theme to a different color (not included in the style switcher) or am I limited to the those colors only.
I purchased it a little while ago and am using it on my Rails project. I have pretty much everything working but can't change the navbar font color. I added text-contrast to the ul but it's not working.
<div class="collapse navbar-collapse navbar-header-collapse">
<ul class="nav navbar-nav navbar-right text-contrast">
you have to use this class on <span> in specific link in navigation.
I'm looking to purchase this template. I liked it the most among all I've seen so far. It has a very modern look but not too flashy at the same time. However, I find one thing annoying and that is the drop down menus at the top. The styling on those drop-downs looks very dated and completely out of place in this template. I can't fully describe the problem - may it's the center aligning of the text, and those thick semi-transparent border and the light-colored background, or the font. There's something that's not clicking. In fact, the styling you have in the compact (mobile) view (with a dark background) has a much more polished feel.
Is there a way to easily change the style of the drop down menus?
I'm really hoping that you can help me overcome this issue (through a quick configuration) and proceed with the purchase.
you can change everything you want in css. It depends on your demands.
I am using v 1.7 and I can't make the navbar collapse at MD by setting the class to "navbar-collapsed-md". I noticed that you have fixed that a year ago. Is it possible the bug is back? Or is it my mistake - can you please help me?
maybe the update v1.7 is wrong about this. I will check the issue and I will let you know.
Thanks for message
I released new update so your issue is fixed in this update.
unfortunately the update didn't help at all:( Can you please fhelp me?
I have purchased your template and i think it is terrific.
I would like to have a fixed navigation bar along the top, and when the user scrolls down the navigation remains at the top and the background becomes white. Is there anyway to accomplish this at all?
look into this part of documentation http://jednotka.michalmarek.sk/docs.html#fixed-header.
Unpacking the package…
Installing the theme…
The package could not be installed. The theme is missing the style.css stylesheet.
Theme install failed.
but the problem i have right now is that i cant get to set the background image to work, its still showing 1920x535 no matter what i do
if you want to confirm the email i bought it with this is it "email@example.com" but that email belong to my brother, is not around(He move out) so contact me here firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, This is Urgent!!!!
Check this out http://jednotka.michalmarek.sk/docs.html#carousels-how-to-set-background-image
Having some trouble, the top part of each page doesnt load.
I see the navbar, but then nothing under that, like where says "form.. or blog...", and then the page resumes later?
can you send me more information about this issue into email like screenshot or something like that?
contact me via email and provide me more information. I'm not sure what you are struggling with.
Is there an easy way to switch from Compass to another library?
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||blog, bootstrap 3, business, corporate, flat design, html5, portfolio, responsive, retina ready, ruby on rails|
|Released:||3 years ago|
|Updated:||9 months ago|
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