2 bad - would buy it but this is a huge downside...
Meanwhile I will go with it ;) but would be nice if you could provide update info (and upgrade details) once you're done with it.
I'll add more information in changelog next time. For this time, I have added completely new layout with different color scheme. So it won't affect existing styles. Let me know if you are having any other question.
Thank you for appreciation.
Just purchased this template and it;s awesome!
Still, having a little problem: when I'm using one of the tables like in the "FIXED HEADER EXAMPLE", and fill it dynamically with data, I don't get the tools that manipulate the table like: sorting, searching, pagination etc.
Where can I find any help with that?
Is it possible for me to see your page somewhere online? Or can you send me your code (send me message in my profile page).
By the way it's datatable. And here's the link to documentation. https://www.datatables.net/extensions/fixedheader/
Potentially unhandled rejection  variable @ionicons-prefix is undefined in file C:\xampp\htdocs\my-projects\admin-theme\minton\Admin\green\assets\less\icons\ionicons\less\_ionicons-animation.less line no. 11
What can be?
Thank you for letting me know the issue. I am looking into it and will get back to you. Can you please send me your email as a private message?
Just want to know what's new in version 1.4 to see if it's worth upgrading.
In 1.4 I have added new layout with new color scheme. Your existing styles and other stuff will not be affected by this update as this new variation is having it's own set of styles and other stuff. In case if you would like to move your existing implementation to this new variation, you will need to do some small changes around markup. Please let me know and I'll help you with it.
Thank you for appreciating work. Currently boxed layout isn't in there. I'll add it in next release.
Thank you very much for reporting this issue. I am looking into it and will fix it soon. I'll update you once it's fixed and released.
I have a question about the: Buttons example
The Buttons extension for DataTables provides a common set of options, API methods and styling to display buttons on a page that will interact with a DataTable. The core library provides the based framework upon which plug-ins can built.
The search field and outputs for CSV and Excel work very properly in the example. Does the template also include the API methods. So is importing data nearly the only thing to do to make it work?
Thanks in advance.
For datatable, there is a script which has datatable object in it. You can use it to use further apis. Let me know if I can provide you more details.
How hard would it be to add a red/burgundy color for this theme? Is this something that's as simple as updating the CSS or would it be more involved?
It's not that much hard. There is a file called variables.less, you will need to change value of @primary to your desired color. Note that you can play with other colors (i.e. primary, success, warning, danger, etc) too.
I am looking at the following as an example:
If you hover over the last link on the navbar (Extras), it will open down and to the left. Whereas every other opens down and to the right. This only happens if its the last link on the menu.
This is a problem for me as I only have 2 links, so the 2nd / last link is opening down and to the left which is essentially off the screen.
Any idea how to fix?
If you would like to open menu on right, there is an easy fix. Open file named "jquery.app.js", Search for line " $('.navigation-menu>li').slice(-1).addClass('last-elements');". and replace it with " $('.navigation-menu>li').slice(0).addClass('last-elements');"
And it will open last menu on right.
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