1.) I notice the "< prev" and "next >" buttons don't work in the blog and work sections. Is that functionality there when downloaded?
2.) Regarding the Blog page. I am curious if the blog is taken from a blog feed, like tumbler or some other software, or is it updated and managed from an HTML editor?
Love the design though, again nice work.
I purchased this design yesterday so if you're still looking into it here's the answers to your questions.
1) No, that functionality has to be created yourself. Probably because the designer does not know where your blog will be coming from so there's no way they can accurately create this functionality.
2) The content is managed through an HTML editor, but it shouldn't be too difficult to wire everything up from a blog feed. If you haven't already check out Knockout.js and Breeze.js they should give you the ability add from a blog feed without much trouble.
I would like to purchase this template, but I have a question first.
I would like to use a wordpress or blogger blog in the blog tab items. Do you have any guidance here? I would like to be able to use my existing wordpress blog if at all possible. If that is not possible, I would like to use some blog that allows me to edit/create posts right there in-page.
To determine the solution that fits your needs best could you tell us if you are familiar with PHP development ?
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.0.x|
|Tags:||blog, flat, less, personal, portfolio, responsive, retina, simple|
|Released:||4 years ago|
|Updated:||4 years ago|
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