How can I develop the ticketing system?
I have looked at the template but am lost. Are there any examples of how to link the widgets to a DBMS?
Any pointers would be most appreciated.
Your Item selling on Other Market !!!!
I can't find the .psd file of the template at the package, is it included?
Thanks in advance!
fortunately, I could update to 0.5.10 (last before 0.6) and it works well with the 'onChange' event to update textarea easier...
If I want to upgrade a library or use angular-datatables instead of regular jquery data-tables, it's hard or impossible to do, because it's embedded and perhaps even altered.
1) Place holder text not displaying.
2) Menu collapse Icon not displaying .
Is there a fix we can use to resolve this issue?
Using $.plot(myNewData, options); does indeed refresh the chart, but then uses the default Flotchart layout. I'd like to use the same PixelAdmin flot chart layout with the new data.
Does anyone know how to do this? :-) It seems that I can't find an equivalent $.pixelPlot(); refresh function anywhere.
Thanks in advance.
I just came across an issue with Switcher (Checkbox) with Yes/No plugin.
As we are trying to make use of these switchers in a form and there by using forms "reset" button doesn't reset the switcher back to its initial position.
Please help me if I'm missing anything.
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This is a great way to give the seller feedback and ask them questions about their item.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Topic:||Internet & Web|
|Labels:||admin, angular, dashboard, responsive, rtl, sass, scss, template|
|Released:||4 years ago|
|Updated:||7 months ago|
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