Im having a problem with the portfolio / isotope layout in Google Chrome in particular, but the same problem is reported in Firefox. The images are stacking on top of each other. Its like its not loading the imagesLoaded JS so the images are not preloading before it renders - can yolu advise of a fix?
Sorry for getting late.
Please replace everything in portfolio.js with this http://pastebin.com/4KKMbAs7
Yes it is possible. You just have to know a bit of HTML / CSS
I don't like prettyPhoto, and would like to use Fancybox instead.
How can I get this working?
I have followed all instructions on their website, but can't get it to load.
Does Fancybox create a js-conflict with PIXMA of some sort? And if so, how can this be omitted?
Thanks for an otherwise great template. :)
Thanks for purchasing our template.
Could you please upload you fancybox version files to somewhere i can visit and fix the bug.
I have an additional question:
The Style Switcher in the preview of PIXMA on Wrapbootstrap is a nifty feature I would like to include on my site.
But, I can only find the js-files (switcher.js and spectrum.js). Where are the css-files located?
The path says css/switcher.css, but no such css can be found there...
It should work properly and if things goes correctly it will show you a confirmation message.
Please were you able to resolve this issue? as i'm having the same problem.
I asked a question here earlier about the style switcher, but haven't got an answer yet.
Does this feature come with Pixma at all, or is it only showed on the Preview pages as an example?
If it is included, where are the necessary files located and how do I implement the switcher?
I think this feature is great, and would have liked to have this on my own site. :)
I am really sorry. The thing you are asking is not available to give away. I hope you understand.
How can I change the charset for the contact form?
I need it to also handle non-latin characters (letters æøå and ÆØÅ).
and to disable the twitter feed
Could you explain how to implement the search field in the Header Top Bar? Seems like there should be a search results page or something.
Thanks for purchasing this template. You have to use below code to add the search box in topbar -
<div class="widget search-form">
<input type="text" class="search-input form-control" onblur="if(this.value=='')this.value='Search...';" onfocus="if(this.value=='Search...')this.value='';" value="Search...">
<button class="subscribe-btn btn" type="submit"><i class="fa fa-search"></i></button>
<!-- /input-group -->
And obviously you should create a search result page to show the results.
I am trying to change one of my sites to a responsive format using the Pixma template. Other sites I have done required site indexing or perl scripts or something else to get the searched-for data onto a page. I do not see where any of this happens with the ajax or js code provided.
Perhaps I have made an error in believing I could select options and make cosmetic changes and end up with a fully functioning web site. Is it intended to be used with Wordpress to get the search functionality?
Can you provide or point me to scripts or code needed to implement the search functionality?
Basically this is a static HTML template. So you will not be able to use it as dynamic website. You have to implement a dynamic system with perl/php/ruby etc. We also provide custom solutions. So if you need any kind of custom solutions based on PIXMA template, we could help you.
I am struggling to make the font of the posts and articles I write larger and easier to read.
Can you point me to the css files where the body text is defined? I have been through them all, and even though I have attempted a few changes the font is still too small.
www.pisgahnationalforest.info is the site.
The CSS you are looking for is existed on style.css
You can change the styling as your needs. Please let us know if you need anymore help.
What code would I use, and where would I place it (which css file) to get links to display in the customary colors of blue for links, purple for visitied links, etc.?
We are adding search result page into our template. Hopefully it will be available in next version.
I love the layout of your NEW: Search Result Page. It is a super!
I know your product is a "design" based on Bootstrap but if you or anyone else reading this comment can suggest a suitable back end search tool to use with your page it would be appreciated.
I would love to know what you have found best to provide whole of site search answers!
Maybe you have already answered my quest! I await any further comments per chance you can list some tutorials, classes or packages that I can research.
I am glad you like the search result page. For your information i have no ready made resources that will help you to do the backend, but if you are good with programming language you can do it in so many ways.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Labels:||business, company, corporate, creative, html5, modern, multi purpose, portfolio, responsive, template|
|Released:||5 years ago|
|Updated:||3 years ago|
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