I have another request you might have a solution to. I'd like to add custom titles and meta tags to the head of each page with gulp. Is there a built in solution in the template?
first of all thanks for the nice theme.
I have one problem where I don't know if I'm the problem or if it's the template.
I have a form with two select items. The options get loaded via ajax. When they're added to the select they don't get rendered though. I see that you generate some extra HTML for displaying it differently.
After the content is loaded and inserted I tried to initialize the select again with $.material.input(selector);
That one didn't work either.
Question: How can I dynamically add content to select tags and have the changes reflected in the HTML?
Thanks in advance.
Review the documentation for the select plugin to learn how to add options via ajax.
We are trying to run a php file to overide the default theme configurations. However, they do not apply. We have tried incognito mode and running the site locally. Nothing works. Any ideas how to fix this?
$defualttheme = "deep-orange-300";
$headerstyle = "white";
$navbarstyle = "primary";
$boxmode = "disabled";
Thanks in advance!
Please read the documentation.
You could give me more information. What version do you use, html or gulp?
Don't worry! There was a div that wasn't closed so it's fixed and wasent a issue after all :)
also the color palette on demo is not available on downloaded copy
I will keep in mind the suggestions of visualization of the header for future versions. Right now is the most common way of use and are adapted by the template. We point out your suggestion for future versions.
If you need it you can modify it yourself to make it work as you need it.
The color palette is for the demo version. You can activate it by changing the gulp settings.
is it ok to use multiple website and multiple client admin panal.
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="assets/img/favicon.png?v=3">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/icon?family=Material+Icons">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="assets/css/preload.min.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="assets/css/plugins.min.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="assets/css/style.light-blue-500.min.css" />
You can use the Google icons. Download the typography and add it to your project.
At the moment, I advise you to use the gulp version that is modular to adapt it yourself.
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