For everyone experiencing the issue of the missing asset and the incompatible units in the Angular 2 version:

- comment line 11 in layout/navigation/navigation.component.scss
- add the following line in _variables.scss:

$grid-gutter-width-base: 3rem;

These are temporary fixes of course, but this should help you guys with actually building the project.
Please I just purchased this template yesterday...it's really a very nice template. I would like to use it in my ASP.Net project...how do I go about it? Anyone to help me out
Hi everyone!

Material Admin has been updated to version 2.0 which includes Angular 4 update and other major bug fixes. Please download your copy and let us know your feedbacks.

Why is this happening to me?

If the programmer mode is open, from small to large size, the template matches.
If it is large to small (as image), the template does not give me anymore.

why not work?
Image here --> https://i.stack.imgur.com/oB9Kl.gif
Hi there,

I'm not sure why this happening. Were you able to find out the issue?

BTW, what is the name of the extension used in the above given GIF which is used to toggle between different screen sizes?

Hi, where are the Timeline page in these new versions ?

Timeline page is not yet ready for the 2.0 version. We will include some more sample pages including timeline in the near future. Please stay tuned.


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