My plan is to release on the first week of October. Please stay tuned.
I'm there almost. Having some other unexpected issues, I will try to push the changes at my earliest.
One question - are You going to add support for autocomplete for main search bar, at the top of page?
Currently there is no fab buttons available. We'll consider adding this in our future releases. Regarding submenu, no there is no such views at the moment.
I am having a problem getting the formvalidation.io library to validate a select-one component. Where do I post the issue to obtain support?
Make sure to close the WrapBootstrap header when you're previewing the template. This template is fully responsive and you'll get everything as mentioned in the description.
Are you going to add Fab Buttons any time soon?
Please, give us some more information about the update... It's been a while..
I have a service which is used to bring the address based on zip code and auto-fill the corresponding fields, but as I said the float label is not being trigged.
How can I fix that ?
I have tried:
$.material.options.autofill = true;
but seems you guys did not used the material scripts, is that right?
I also noticed that the notifications under modals on mobile phones.
Update all scripts and add documentation.
Then I'd like to buy your template!
I will wait for your response, thank you!
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||admin template, dashboard, lightweight admin, material, material admin, material design, responsive admin, responsive dashboard|
|Released:||1 year ago|
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