I want to use the template "Material Design (Dark)" but when I download the package I don´t see the that template.
For "Material Design (Dark)" version, you'll just need to include style_dark.css in your html file. Remove the style.css from it.
On chartjs page, if you open it on mobile phone and you scroll on the graph it keeps increasing size and disappears, can you please advise what to do to fix it?
Sorry for your trouble. Let me take a look into this issue, I would get back to you as soon as possible.
But as there are a lot of files inside the themes folders, I got a little bit lost. Do you have any tutorial explaining which folders/files should be added to the project and where.
I've searched the internet and read all the comments and could not find the solution.
Thank you very much!
I am sorry for trouble. Just to clarify, the asp.net version is not under support. But I can try to help you with it. The BundleConfig.cs is there in folder named "App_Start". You should be able to edit the path of css files there.
The buttons are not working properly in Safari (latest) and there is a difference in the animation of the buttons in Firefox and Chrome.
Please fix the bug is Safari and it would be better to have a consistent animation across browsers
Thank you for reporting the issue.
I am still waiting for an update.
When do you plan to release a fix for the issue.
For "Dark Layout (Dark)" version, you'll just need to include style_dark.css (folder name"blue-vertical-dark") in your html file. Remove the style.css from it.
I am going to start building a website using django-cms and was considering using your theme as default theme for the project. Do you have any feedback or recommendations in using your theme with django / python?
This is just html template. I believe django cms is using the django template engine, if that's true, I think there shouldn't be any issue in integrating the theme.
I want the blue theme with the menu being dark and the content being light i.e.: http://coderthemes.com/minton/blue_dark/index.html
However, in the download the theme folder 'blue-vertical-dark' has the opposite i.e light menu and dark contents.
How do I make the menu dark and the contents light?
I tried removing styles.css (leaving just style_dark.css) but that messes up the page layout.
Please take folder blue-vertical and change reference of style.css to style_dark.css in html file. It should work.
IFor example, there is in any table header an text input "Search:" and i dont know where is this text in template for translate this text.
Other very hard text for translate is the "next" , "previous" and "showing" in the footer of any tables in the template.
I need your help very urgent for locate this text in template for translate, please!
You can provide the translated work for each of default word/action in table. You would need to provide them while initializing table. Please check below url for help:
On the MVC TEMPLATE how do I change to the HORIZONTAL DARK LAYOUT. I currently have the light layout with the dark vertical menu.
I am sorry. The MVC is only having one layout supported at the moment.
When i Build the project itGives Compile error.
When i update packages
it fuckes up the entire website.
even on default template.
i have tried to use the Blue Vertical Dark.
without Any Luck.
So what to do?
Wait for updates?
Only version "blue - vertical" is supported with MVC. Can you check that?
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